“An error occurred in the Dutch translation and we are correcting it,” the publisher added.
The work was published this Tuesday in Great Britain and must be released in French on Friday under the title “End of reign”.
According to the British press, the Dutch edition mistakenly gives the name of the person who sparked accusations of racism which further distanced Harry and Meghan from the rest of the family.
In 2021, Meghan, whose mother is black and father white, assured American talk show high priestess Oprah Winfrey that a member of the royal family had wondered how dark her future baby’s skin would be .
Prince Charles, now king, denied rumors attributing this question to him and his son Prince William assured that “the family is really not racist”.
Harry himself had said he saw the reflection more as a sign of prejudice than racism.
But this affair would have had the effect of a bomb on the Windsors.
According to the Sunday Times, an agreement was reached providing in particular that Harry and Meghan no longer raise the subject, neither in the series which was dedicated to them by Netflix last year nor in the prince’s autobiography.