Lady Susan Hussey, who is Prince William's godmother and served as a lady-in-waiting for the late Queen Elizabeth, is asking to be "left in peace" after apologizing for the racist remarks she made to Ngozi Fulani in November at an event.

On Friday, Buckingham Palace announced Lady Susan apologized to Fulani, the founder of Sistah Space, a domestic abuse support group.

"A meeting took place this morning, 16th December, at Buckingham Palace between Ms. Ngozi Fulani, founder of Sistah Space, and Lady Susan Hussey to address the incident that took place at a Palace reception last month," the press release said.

"At this meeting, filled with warmth and understanding, Lady Susan offered her sincere apologies for the comments that were made and the distress they caused to Ms. Fulani."

While attending an event at the palace, Susan continuously questioned Fulani about her nationality and would not accept that she was born in the United Kingdom.

Fulani shared her account of the incident on social media, and Lady SH resigned from her role in the royal household shortly after.

The palace said Lady Susan plans to learn from the experience and her conversation with Fulani.

"Lady Susan has pledged to deepen her awareness of the sensitivities involved and is grateful for the opportunity to learn more about the issues in this area," the statement read.

"Ms. Fulani, who has unfairly received the most appalling torrent of abuse on social media and elsewhere, has accepted this apology and appreciates that no malice was intended."

After making amends, Lady SH and Fulani are hoping for privacy. "Both Ms. Fulani and Lady Susan ask now that they be left in peace to rebuild their lives in the wake of an immensely distressing period for them both," the palace stated

The Buckingham Palace press release was also shared on the Sistah Space Instagram account. The organization expressed its gratitude for the support received following the incident.

"A heartfelt thank you to all those who have held us up in this difficult time and through the subsequent fallout. Especially, those in the Black community who may have been directly affected," the caption read.

King Charles and other royal family members have reportedly been informed about the meeting and are "pleased that both parties have reached this welcome outcome."

Lady Susan Hussey (R) attended a Remembrance Sunday service in 2012 with Kate (2nd R), who is now princess of Wales