We shouldn't get the feeling this could go either way, but as most of us know all too well, in our post-Brexit era every single hard-won social victory feels like it's up in the air, so let's get started on tackling this one.
The princess-in-waiting that the country just isn't sure about is of course African-American actress Meghan Markle.
We all know we're not united on any issue - including this.
It would be impossible to come to a proper conclusion without looking at British society, both as it is now and what it will become.
Post-Brexit, the mood points towards a country where half of its residents think there is too much change, too many immigrants and a loss of traditional British values.
We've all heard the infamous quotes about viewing the EU referendum as a way to get rid of Muslims and take "our" country back.
I feel sorry for whoever had to do extensive research on this blatantly obvious fact America was racially divided.
Morphing from Latina when I was dressed in red, to African-American when in mustard yellow; my closet filled with fashionable frocks to make me look as racially varied as an '80s Benetton poster," Markle said."Sadly, it didn't matter: I wasn't black enough for the black roles, and I wasn't white enough for the white ones, leaving me somewhere in the middle as the ethnic chameleon who couldn't book a job."Her fortune changed when she landed the opportunity to play the level-headed paralegal in TV drama Suits, a role that she is proud of."The show's producers weren't looking for someone mixed, nor someone white or black for that matter. In making a choice like that, the Suits producers helped shift the way pop culture defines beauty," the Los-Angeles native said.
The open hatred that filled the air led to a dramatic rise in hate crimes in July 2016.
According to the National Police Chiefs' Council hate crimes rose by 58% compared to the previous year.
Forbes posed the question, does Prince Harry's girlfriend, Meghan Markle, have what it takes to be a princess?
The Daily Mail produced an article that was essentially a list of seemingly obvious facts that all linked to Meghan being black.The immortal words were recorded in the 1997 Titanic film (pictured)But after the Maritime Museum in Liverpool appealed for information about Mr Giglio to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking, Fr Anselm Cramer, the archivist and librarian at Roman Catholic boarding school Ampleforth, uncovered the lost image in the school's files.