That would be Prince Harry in the photo to the right, caught recently--in a video of his own making--using the racial epithets "raghead" and "paki". The latter is considered a bit more offensive in the UK than the US.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has found it in himself to stand up for this fool (the lackey British politicians always do), saying:
'Prince Harry knows these comments aren't acceptable. He's made an apology.
'I think the British people are good enough to give someone who has been a role model for young people and has done well fighting for our country - gone into very difficult situations with bravery - the benefit of the doubt.'
Yeah, some role model, dressing up like Nazi. And does he really need the benefit of the doubt, or should he be held to a higher standard? The benefit of the doubt was not given to Jean Charles de Menezes, a Brazilian man running to catch his subway train in London in July 2005, shot to death by the police who assumed he was a suicide bomber.
The family of the young man Harry called a "paki" is still pissed, calling Harry a "coward" for not issuing a televised apology, and calling the term a "disgraceful insult".
This is all the result of aristocrats stuck in their bubble, knowing what all the little forks at their fancy dinners are used for but having no clue as to what ordinary people really think is appropriate.
Or, as Eddie Izzard said in Dressed to Kill, "This is what happens when cousins marry."