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UK-based Judi James told FEMAIL the Prince of Wales's 'steering hand' as he and the Princess arrived hand-in-hand at the Royal Albert Hall this evening appeared to be gratefully accepted by his wife, who seemed 'vulnerable'.
The 41-year-old royal couple's appearance at the event comes after The Firm was plunged back into a race row reignited by Omid Scobie's book Endgame, which was published this week.
Referring to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's claims in 2021 that members of the royal family had allegedly expressed 'concerns' over the colour of Prince Archie's skin before he was born, Scobie suggested there were two members of the family who had engaged in such discussions.
Initially Scobie did not name the two people alleged to have made the comments - but shortly after Endgame was published in the Netherlands, the Dutch version was pulled from shelves and pulped after it named the two royals alleged to have raised concerns.
The Prince of Wales offered a 'romantic gesture of support' to his wife Kate this evening as the couple arrived at the Royal Variety Performance, a body language expert has claimed
The pair identified in the book were named widely by media organisations around the world tonight, including the Guardian and The Times, as King Charles and Kate.
Amid the fallout from the controversy, about which the Palace is said to be 'considering all options', the Prince and Princess of Wales put on a brave face as they attended the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall in Kensington.
Dressed in a stunning £1,288 teal gown from Safiyaa, with flared sleeves, statement shoulders and a