The British royal family agrees with many that “more needs to be done” …

Buckingham Palace on Thursday acknowledged that “more needs to be done” to promote diversity among British royal family employees. The palace has recently released statistics on the subject raised by racist allegations.

The release comes at a time when Prince Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, are reacting to the British royal family following bad comments about resigning from the monarchy and moving to California.

Buckingham Palace revealed in its annual financial statements for 2020-2021 that the percentage of workers with an immigrant background is just 8.5 per cent and the 2022 target is 10 per cent.

In the United Kingdom, about 13 percent of the population has a migrant background, according to the last 2011 census.

“Important Step”

“Despite our best efforts, we are not where we want to be,” a source in the palace said. “We feel we need to do more.”

The publication of the figures, previously for internal use only, was described by the source as an “important step”. In this way the palace “expects to be the cause of the progress we have made,” he explained. If we do not make progress, we must explain why. “

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, which was visited by approximately 50 million people worldwide, Harry, one of the grandsons of Queen Elizabeth II, and his wife Megan, who are of mixed descent, spoke out about the concerns of the unnamed member. About the skin color of their son Archie before he was born into the royal family.

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