Absolutely, and this is something that really annoys me: the narrative that has been spun these past 15-20 years that, oh, the royal family - especially the Queen - have learned from past mistakes. They know what went wrong with Diana and others and have changed and become more modern, if for nothing else then For The Boys. They sure haven't. They are marginally better about mental health issues - though I haven't seen anything to indicate that Meghan's mental health was given much consideration (the stress of becoming a member of the royal family + misogyny + racism + misogynoir) - but still drag their feet w/r/t racism and misogyny. Like, have they improved? Yes, but in the sense that I don't think Harry and Meghan's marriage would have been allowed due to her race 20-30 years ago. So they improved but still failed to do the bare minimum. Because of course while Meghan and co. were told to 'no comment' everything and there were a few public gestures, this family at the end of the day has managed to very successfully protect Prince Andrew for decades. Protect him from accusations of rape and sex trafficking, accusations that are obviously true. They could have cut Prince Andrew loose and used their considerable reach to shield Meghan and Archie from the unhinged racism they were, and still are, subjected to.