‘Hit the BBC where it hurts,’ Kate and William urged, and ‘pull the Queen’s Speech’ from the broadcaster.


Kate and William urged people to “hit the BBC where it hurts” and “pull the Queen’s Speech” from the BBC.

In the midst of the Firm’s ongoing feud with the BBC, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William have been urged to break the Royal Family’s traditional ties with the broadcaster.

The Queen’s Christmas Day address to the nation has been broadcast by the BBC at 3 p.m. for as long as many people can remember.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to use their considerable clout to persuade the Queen to “really hit them where it hurts” and “move the Queen’s Christmas Day speech to another channel,” according to a royal commentator.

The Queen’s Christmas Day speech is usually broadcast on several channels, including the BBC.

Following the controversial documentary aired on Monday, royal commentator and influencer According2Taz, who has over 32,000 followers on Twitter and over 88,000 subscribers on YouTube, appears to be urging that the Queen’s speech be removed from the national broadcaster.

This comes after it was revealed on Wednesday that ITV had been given a Christmas charity fundraiser that was expected to be broadcast by the BBC.

The Duchess of Cambridge will host a Christmas carol event at Westminster Abbey, which will be filmed.

The decision to give the rights to the rival broadcaster was widely interpreted as a retaliation for the BBC’s new documentary.

The first of a two-part royal documentary series titled “The Princes and the Press” premiered on BBC Two on Monday.

It examines Princes Harry and William’s interactions with the British media.

The BBC described the show as “about how royal journalism is done,” with “a range of journalists from broadcast and the newspaper industry.”

Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Kensington Palace released a joint statement in response to a BBC request for comment.

“A free, responsible, and open press is critical to a healthy democracy,” it stated.

“However, overblown and unfounded claims from anonymous sources are frequently presented as facts, and it is disappointing when anyone, including the BBC, gives them credence.”

ITV sources said they were only made aware of the Christmas fundraiser offer at the end of the previous week.

“It was unusual for it to come to us this late,” one claimed.

“This is a real coup for ITV,” said an unnamed source to The Sun.

“It’s a brand-new format for the royals; they’ve never hosted a televised “Brinkwire Summary News” before.”


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