Original title: The British royal family lashed out at the BBC for calling its documentary “grand sensation”
Reference News Network reported on November 24 According to a report from Agence France-Presse in London on November 23, the British royal family lashed out at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for claiming in a documentary that before Prince Harry and his wife Meghan resigned from the royal family, there was a behind-the-scenes “revelation war”. “.
According to the report, the documentary “Prince and the Media” detailed how Harry and his brother William dealt with the media as they grew up after their mother Diana passed away in 1997.
The report also said that the first two episodes aired on Monday night local time showed that Harry was particularly hostile to the media, which became more and more intense after he began dating the American actor Meghan Markle in 2016.
According to the program, as the power struggle unfolded after the palace wall, people in the royal family kept revealing negative reports about Harry and Meghan to the media, discrediting the couple who were initially welcomed.
The show also said that Harry undermined the positive media coverage of his father, Prince Charles’s Middle East trip. He issued a fierce statement to defend Meghan and refute headlines that were unfavorable to her.
The report pointed out that Queen Elizabeth II, Crown Prince Charles and Prince William were all mentioned in the show. The three royal family members issued a rare joint statement saying: “Grandstanding and baseless claims from unnamed sources are often taken as It turns out that no matter who believes these claims will be disappointing, including the BBC.”
The British “Sun” quoted a senior royal family member as saying that the royal family may boycott the national television station in the future. “Any situation is possible.” (Compilation/Hu Guanghe)