• Royal commentator Kinsey Schofield said the "witch-hunt" for the "racist" royal has been ongoing since Harry and Meghan Markle's interview
  • She made the comment after Tom Bower's new book alleged that Camilla once made a joke that Markle thought was racist
  • Schofield said she believes the Duchess of Cornwall is not racist and instead is "one of the least problematic members" of the royal family

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's refusal to name the royal who made alleged racist remarks about their then-unborn child created an "unfair witch-hunt" against the royal family, a royal commentator has claimed.

"Revenge," a new book by British journalist and investigative reporter Tom Bower released this month, claimed that Prince Charles' wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall allegedly once made a joke about Prince Harry and Markle's future kids having "ginger Afro hair," which the former actress thought was racist.

This unverified claim sparked speculation that Camilla may have been the royal whom the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had accused of raising "concerns" about their future child's skin color during their March 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey.

"I wish [Harry and Meghan] would have just come out and said who said exactly what so that we wouldn't be having this conversation every six months," Los Angeles-based royal commentator Kinsey Schofield told host Mark Dolan on GB News of the ongoing speculation about who the alleged racist royal was.

Schofield, host of the "To Di For Daily" podcast, founder of and author of "R is for Revenge Dress," noted that Page Six recently published a report saying that "Camilla's people and anonymous sources have reached out to them to let them know that Camilla is not the royal racist and she is not who Harry and Megan were talking about during the Oprah interview."

"They did not necessarily deny that comment, but they say that she is not racist and she is not the person Harry and Megan were talking about during the Oprah interview, which just leads me to repeat how unfair this witch hunt has been going on ever since that interview," Schofield continued.

The royal commentator, who has been featured on E! Television, added that she believes Camilla is not a racist person.

"While I do love Diana, I think that Camilla has really earned her place within the royal family, and actually, now she's surprisingly one of the least problematic members of the British royal family," she continued. "It really is surprising if you think back.”

During Markle and Prince Harry's March 2021 sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey, the former "Suits" star alleged that there were "concerns and conversations about how dark" their then-unborn son's skin might be. Markle declined to name the royal behind the alleged remarks, saying the revelation would be too damaging.

When Winfrey asked Prince Harry who was behind the alleged comments, he said, "That conversation I'm never going to share. It was awkward. I was a bit shocked." But he later told the host that it was not his grandparents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.

Last week, an unnamed palace insider told the New York Post's Page Six that while Prince Harry is not a huge fan of his stepmom, his alleged issue with her had nothing to do with racism.

"Yes, Harry may not love Camilla, but that goes back years — way before he met Meghan and their marriage. And that has nothing to do with any alleged racism," the source claimed.

Meghan, Prince Harry and Camilla
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry take cues from Camilla Parker Bowles by planning to visit a charity that support sexual assault victims. Pictured: Prince Charles, Camilla, Markle and Prince Harry pose for a photograph as they attend The Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration held at Buckingham Palace on May 22, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson