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BBC documentary on Prince Harry, Prince William's alleged rift slammed by British royal family

BBC documentary by Prince Harry on the alleged rift between Prince William and Prince Harry.


British royalty has unified their opposition to the BBC’s “overblown, unfounded claims” documentary. It aired on Monday in the U.K.

The “The Princes of the Press” docuseries focuses on Prince William’s relationship with Prince Harry, and how they interact with the media. Journalists and commentators described the methods by which information was obtained. This included leaks and unofficial briefings between reporters and royal sources. Also, the special highlighted how different brothers approached media scrutiny.

According to the network’s documentary, the goal of the documentary was to investigate whether stories negative about royals were built on information from other royal households.

A statement was made by Buckingham Palace Clarence House, Kensington Palace regarding the allegation at the end. They are Queen Elizabeth II’s, Prince Charles and William’s households.


ITV quoted the following statement: “Free, responsible, and open media are vital to healthy democracy.” It is frustrating when they are given credibility by anyone (including the BBC) because too many of these claims come from unverified sources and are exaggerated and unfounded.

The BBC responded by saying that the BBC’s program was “about royal journalism” and featured a variety of journalists from both broadcast and newspaper industries.

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“… The film also showed the extent of the threat to privacy from a press hungry for stories about the younger royals,” they continued. This included the claims of Gavin Burrows, a private investigator who claimed he regrets his role in following newspaper reports about Prince Harry, his ex-girlfriend Chelsy, and Chelsy Davy.

They noted that Burrow’s claims “are yet to be tested in court and are strongly disputed.”

Prince William and Prince Harry reunited in July to unveil a statue dedicated to their late mother, Princess Diana.

Reps for the royal households didn’t immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

In the program, an attorney for Meghan Markle responded to reports about the Duchess of Sussex’s alleged bullying of palace staff. The 40-year-old’s team has strongly refuted those claims. Also, it should be noted that this U.K. Times report was made days before Oprah wonfrey interviewed the Duke and Duchess.


According to ITV, Jenny Afia of the law firm Schillings stated that “these stories were false.” “This narrative that no one can work for the Duchess of Sussex, she was too difficult and demanding as a boss and everyone had to leave, it’s just not true.”

Voice coach Stewart Pearce, who worked closely with Princess Diana, told Fox News that the royal brothers aren’t feuding. His work with Princess Diana was the subject of a new book, “Diana The Voice of Change,” which he has just published.

Meghan Markle's team has strongly denied allegations that the Duchess of Sussex bullied palace staff.

“I know they’re not feuding because I’m in association with people who know them very well,” he said. “It’s a figment that has been created by the British press and they are persistent in using it. They are extraordinary men who have lived a life that has been interwoven. Their mother died, and they were together in her grief. As they grew, so did their maturity. Along the way they found their separate paths. They both found two women who fulfill them, but as you can see, they’re different in many ways.”

“My brother and I have disagreements, but I certainly wouldn’t call it a rift,”  said Pearce. “That’s part of the human existence. We disagree.”


In March 1999, William (39) was the first British monarch to denounce bigotry accusations made by his brother and sister-in law, who were 37 and 37 respectively, during their meeting with Winfrey,67.

The interview exposed tensions among the brothers who were long considered close, and had supported one another after their mother’s death in 1997.

This image provided by Harpo Productions shows Prince Harry, from left, and Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, in conversation with Oprah Winfrey.

Harry answered a question about William’s relationship and said that “Time heals all wounds, hopefully.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s departures from royal duties began in 2020 over what they described as the British media’s intrusions and racist attitudes towards the former “Suits” star. With their two children, the family now lives in Montecito on California’s coast.

This was a report by the Associated Press.


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