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Charity boss felt Susan Hussey wanted her ‘to denounce citizenship’ in palace encounter

Ngozi Fulani says Buckingham Palace yet to reach out to her since incident with royal aide at reception

A black British charity leader said she felt she was being forced to denounce her citizenship when she was “interrogated” by the late queen’s lady-in-waiting about where she “really came from”.

Ngozi Fulani, who founded the domestic abuse charity Sistah Space, was questioned repeatedly about her background by the royal aide Susan Hussey at a Buckingham Palace reception.

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