Meghan Markle’s mum is ready to tell the world about the race hate her family has suffered since her daughter’s engagement to Prince Harry.
Doria Ragland is expected to open her heart in an unprecedented interview with American TV superstar Oprah Winfrey.
The pair met for six hours last weekend at Oprah’s £70million California hacienda and thrashed out ideas for the interview.
The explosive chat will go ahead if Buckingham Palace gives the green light.
Meghan’s father Thomas, 73, is Caucasian and Doria, 61, is African-American.
Now Doria wants to reveal how the awful abuse has affected her family.
A US TV source said: “Oprah and Doria spent a long time chatting and they got on really well. The most important and significant issue they spoke about was race and how badly some people had reacted to Meghan and Harry.
“What happened to Meghan and Harry was disgusting and they and all of their families were horrified. It’s an issue close to both Doria and Oprah, who have both suffered racism.
If the interview happens it will be groundbreaking, it just needs the green light from Meghan, Prince Harry and the Palace.”
Doria, who lives in Los Angeles, was seen leaving with gifts after the meeting with Oprah, 64.