The Royal Family has a right to retaliate against the BBC, according to Kate and William.


The Royal Family has a right to retaliate against the BBC, according to Kate and William.

Carole Malone argued that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William have the “right” to express their displeasure with the BBC for airing a contentious program.

Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge are said to have backed out of a BBC arrangement to broadcast a notorious charity benefit given by the Duchess herself in Westminster Abbey. After the BBC aired the documentary The Princes and the Press on Monday night, speculation about the snub began. Three royal houses, including Kate and William’s, banded together and released a scathing statement condemning the BBC’s decision to air the documentary.

The documentary looked into Prince William and his brother Prince Harry’s difficult relationship with the British press.

Carole Malone, a Jeremy Vine panelist, defended Kate and William’s choice to disassociate their initiative from the BBC, applauding their “striking back” at the channel after a year of public criticism.

“I’m sorry, Harry and Meghan have slated the Royal Family,” Ms Malone added.

“They’ve stated that they’re racists.” The Queen has been accused of being a poor parent. Charles was accused of being a poor parent.

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

Matthew Stadlen, a co-panelist, lambasted the action, calling it “undignified” for Kate and William.

“Well, what I can say about William is that I have a tremendous amount of regard for someone who has worked in the locations that he has worked in, and he has flown helicopters,” Mr Stadlen added.

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

“On this story, I believe it would have been better for William and Kate not to prohibit the BBC if they actually did.” Carole, it’s indecent.

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

“But this isn’t a means to retaliate; we don’t believe in cancel culture.” “What I’d recommend is getting William and saying, ‘Let’s do an interview.'”

ITV will now air Kate’s Christmas concert.

“A free, responsible, and open press is of critical significance to a healthy democracy,” Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and Clarence House stated in a joint statement to the BBC.

However, there are far too many exaggerated and unsubstantiated claims coming from unknown sources. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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