The British royal family has taken a rare step back and issued a joint statement condemning it. BBC For giving confidence to the “exaggerated and unfounded allegations” in the documentary aired this week (November 22nd).
The royal family is not happy with the BBC’s “Prince and Press”‘
according to ITV, The first episode of the two-part series, Report with the prince It focused on the relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry and included suggestions for royal sources to brief journalists behind the scenes.
rear Report with the prince The documentary was aired and Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace issued the following statement:
“But what is presented as a fact is too often an exaggerated and unfounded claim from an unnamed source. It’s disappointing when someone, including the BBC, gives them confidence. “
Suspicion of treatment of palace staff by Megan
In this program, presented by Amor Rajan, a lawyer for the Duchess of Sussex also responded in 2018 to a report on Megan’s treatment of palace staff.
March, Times The newspaper reported that the Duchess had driven out two personal assistants and “humiliating” staff several times, but she denied it.
The investigation was then initiated by Buckingham Palace, where the royal family asked an outside legal team to assist the human resources team in investigating allegations against senior members of the former royal family.
“These stories were wrong,” Jenny Afia of law firm Sillings told Rajan. “This story that no one can work for the Duchess of Sussex, she was too difficult and demanding as a boss, and everyone had to leave, that’s not true.”
Carol Concert at Westminster Abbey
Now, it is reported that the entire trial resulted in offering a Christmas concert to the Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess. ITV Instead of BBC..
according to BBCThe Carroll concert at Westminster Abbey was originally scheduled to be broadcast by the broadcaster, but the event moved channels.
It is reported that Kate will host the concert, and there is speculation that a couple of children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis may appear in the show. But it has not been confirmed by Kensington Palace.
Royal family criticizes BBC documentary
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