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POLL: Is the Monarchy More Valuable to the United Kingdom Than the BBC? VOTE HERE

THE ROYAL FAMILY and the BBC are said to be at odds over a controversial documentary about Princes William and Harry.

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In response to the BBC documentary ‘The Princes and the Press,’ which aired on Monday, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and Clarence House issued an unusual joint statement.

“A free, responsible, and open press is of vital importance to a healthy democracy,” according to a statement shown at the end of the documentary.

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


According to the Mail on Sunday, the Palace threatened to stop working with the BBC on future projects unless a right of reply was granted.

The Queen was “upset,” according to a senior royal source, that the “tittle-tattle” documentary aired without the Palace getting a chance to see it first.

The show detailed the press’s never-ending pursuit of the Princes’ personal lives, as well as past royal scandals.

Various versions of the same ‘Tiaragate’ story were presented on the BBC show, including one that claimed Prince Harry was reprimanded by the Queen for shouting at a royal dresser.

Private investigator Gavin Burrows claimed he targeted the Duke of Sussex’s ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy for surveillance while they were dating in the program, which revealed some more serious revelations.

“There was a lot of voicemail hacking going on, and there was a lot of surveillance work on Chelsy Davy’s phones, on her comms,” Mr Burrows said.

“So her life became an object of obsession for you guys as well?” Amol Rajan, the host, pushed Mr Burrows.

“Yes,” said Mr. Burrows.

Medical records, abortion records, sexual diseases, ex boyfriends—vet them, check them—education.”

Mr Burrows “is now providing evidence in the legal actions against the publisher of the News of the World and the Sun,” according to Mr Rajan, who also noted that “his claims are strongly disputed by them.”

This follows Prince William’s criticism of the BBC earlier this year for its handling of Martin Bashir’s 1995 Panorama interview with his mother, Princess Diana.

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