Buckingham Palace Aide Quits After Asking Black Guest Where She Was ‘Really From’

  • An honorary member of Buckingham Palace has resigned and apologized after a Black charity founder said she was questioned about whether she was really British at a royal reception on Tuesday.
  • The guest, Ngozi Fulani, is the CEO of Sistah_Space, an organization that provides specialist services to woman of African and Caribbean heritage affected by abuse.
  • Fulani was attending a royal function on domestic abuse organized by the Queen Consort on Tuesday evening when she said a member of staff began a line of questioning that the palace called “unacceptable and deeply regrettable.”