The BBC has now completely lost it with Prince William (39) and Duchess Kate (39)!
The reason for this is the royal documentary “The Princess and the Press”, which was broadcast on the BBC on prime time on Monday and is about William and his brother Prince Harry’s (37) relationship with the British media.
The Problem: In the one-hour broadcast, it is repeatedly suggested that negative information about Harry and his wife Meghan (40) was spread by an informer on Williams’ team.
Queen Elizabeth (95), Prince Charles (73) and William were not happy and issued a joint statement. In statements from Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Clarence House, it was unusually sharp that it was “disappointing” that the BBC presented “exaggerated and baseless claims” as facts.
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He lay on deaf ears at the station. And there’s even more trouble threatening: There’s a second part of the documentary, and it’ll be shown next week.
So the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge let the words speak for themselves.
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British broadcaster ITV will now be contracted to broadcast a royal charity Christmas pageant in Westminster Abbey, according to British “The Sun”. It is to be moderated by Kate, while William and the couple’s three children – hence the hope – can sit in the audience.
An insider described the TV deal as a major coup for ITV: “It’s a completely new format – the royals have never hosted a TV concert. And that the Duchess plays a major part in it.” “It’s a big deal. Most royal shows are automatically taken over by the BBC as the national television broadcaster.”
It now appears to be history during the thrilling documentary, which previously no one was allowed to see in the palace.
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