As they back away from the BBC’s ‘He’s the future king!’ Kate and William are dubbed ‘undignified.’

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Kate and William are dubbed ‘undignified’ as they distance themselves from the BBC’s ‘He’s the future king!’

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William have been chastised for choosing ITV to broadcast their Westminster Abbey Christmas carol concert rather than the BBC.

Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, will host the charity fundraiser, which will be attended by their children.

The snub comes just days after The Princes and the Press, a two-part series, aired on Monday night.

The BBC documentary explored the Princes’ strained relationship with the British media, including allegations that Prince William briefed the press against his younger brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.

On The Jeremy Vine Show, Matthew Stadlen discussed the move of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

“Well, what I can say about William is that I have a great deal of respect for someone who has worked in the areas that he has, and he has flown helicopters,” he said.

“I have a great deal of admiration for Harry’s bravery in going to the front lines in Afghanistan.

“On this story, I think it would have been better for William and Kate not to ban the BBC if they did.”

Carole, it’s beneath you.

“This is the national broadcaster, and he is the future King of England.”

“I’m sorry, Harry and Meghan have slated the Royal Family,” journalist Carole Malone interjected.

“They’ve stated that they’re racists.”

The Queen was said to be a bad parent.

Charles was accused of being a bad parent.

“They have every right to retaliate, and I’m glad they’re doing so.”

“But this isn’t the way to retaliate,” Mr Stadlen added.

If you don’t believe in cancel culture, I recommend approaching William and saying, “Let’s do an interview with you, and then you can say what you want.”

“Do not postpone.”

“A healthy democracy requires a free, responsible, and open press,” Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and Clarence House said in an unprecedented joint statement shown at the end of Monday’s broadcast.

“However, it is disappointing when anyone, including the BBC, gives credibility to overblown and unfounded claims from unknown sources.”

Buckingham Palace reportedly threatened a boycott of future BBC projects after royal courtiers were not allowed to see the documentary before it aired, according to reports.

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