According to a royal pundit, ‘Kensington Palace did an awful lot of leaks’ on Harry and Meghan.
According to royal pundit Robert Jobson, Kensington Palace was involved in “an awful amount of leakage” regarding Prince Harry and Meghan.
Kensington Palace, the royal residence of Prince William and Kate, has been accused of “an awful lot of leaks” concerning the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Briefings on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, according to royal analyst Robert Jobson of the Australian news source Sunrise, came specifically from Kensington Palace.
During Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s time in the Royal Family, allegations were made in the BBC documentary The Princes and the Press that royal households were informing the press against them.
Mr Jobson was asked by Sunrise host Natalie Barr if it was true that some royal houses have been leaking information about Megan and Harry.
“Without a doubt,” Mr Jobson said. “They can deny all they want till they’re blue in the face, but there’s been an awful lot of leakage from…particularly from Kensington Palace about how things were developing.”
Buckingham Palace is said to be “indignant” about the new BBC program, which has enraged the royal households.
The Royal Family has expressed dissatisfaction with a new BBC documentary that investigates the royals’ relationship with the British press, according to BBC royal journalist Nicholas Witchell.
In a number of royal houses, Mr Witchell added, there was “irritation” over the BBC documentary, which broadcast on Monday night.
“Irritation in the royal homes,” he told BBC News.
Prince William, according to the royal writer, was left feeling “quite raw.”
Mr. Witchell: I’m Mr. Witchell “We must remember, particularly in the case of Prince William, that he is still enraged with the BBC over the panorama interview with his mother, which the BBC was roundly criticised in the Dyson report.
“These feelings are quite fresh, and these two programs, Princes and the Press, have exacerbated them.”
“The Palace is furious,” the royal correspondent added.
“They are enraged that “overblown and unsubstantiated statements from unknown sources are presented as facts,” according to the article.
“Now, it appears to concentrate around the program’s notion that members of royal families briefed against Harry and Megan in the aftermath of the split between the Cambridges and the Sussexes.”
Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Kensington Palace were contacted by the BBC for comment.
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