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Royal Aide Lady Susan Hussey Resigns After Making Racist Comments at a Buckingham Palace Event

.Ngozi Fulani, founder and chief executive of London-based domestic abuse charity Sistah Space, says she was left “stunned” after an aide—identified in as “Lady SH”—asked offensive questions including where she “really came from” at the event on Tuesday, November 29. The aide is understood to be Lady Susan, 83, the Prince of Wales’s godmother who was made lady of the household by King Charles III.Buckingham Palace said in a statement today that the aide, who it did not name, had stepped down from her “honorary role with immediate effect” and that she had expressed her “profound apologies for the hurt caused.” It added that the comments were “unacceptable and deeply regrettable” and that it took the incident “extremely seriously.”It comes as the n at the start of a three-day visit that will culminate in the glittering Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony on Friday. Lady Susan HusseyThe incident was this morning by Fulani, who wrote: “Mixed feelings about yesterday’s visit to Buckingham Palace.

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