Part 1 of the controversial documentary “Princes and the Press” It was released last week and caused friction between the British royal family and the BBC. Although family members are not used to commenting on what the press is reporting about them, this time they broke the silence and in a joint statement, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace interacted on the first episode of Piece of Amol Rajan Who talks about the prince’s relationship William and the prince Harry with the media.
A free, responsible and open press is vital to a healthy democracy. However, it is sometimes presented as exaggerated and unfounded factual statements that come from anonymous sources, and are disappointing when a body, including the BBC, gives them credibility.” The statement is indicated.
This Monday, the 29th, the second part of the documentary is shown, a chapter that talks about the supposed bad relationship that Megan He was with the palace staff, when he was still living in London. Jenny Wellness, the former lawyer of the Duchess of Sussex, says there Big mistakes in history.
“I think the first thing is to have a good understanding of what bullying is. What this really means is the inappropriate, repeated, and deliberate use of force to hurt someone physically or emotionally.” She points out, cited by Vanitatis magazine. The documentary also raises the issue of the difficulty of the evidence found that Meghan did not exercise bullying with any of your employees. “Deniability is very difficult to prove. If you don’t frighten anyone, how do you prove that it didn’t happen?”, added so far.
Broadcaster Trevor Phillips also investigated the situation. “They didn’t really understand that in exchange for a fairy tale, they had to offer something to the people outside the castle. Or they just decided they didn’t want to play the game.”He said he faces the possibility that many people are making up stories about the Dukes of Sussex to harm them, including that Meghan will mistreat her officials.
Daily Mail columnist Dan Wootton also claimed to have received a lot of information about the Dukes, not only from Sussex, but from Cambridge as well. “It was inconvenient because there is so much information about the private lives of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
It should be remembered that in the first episode of the documentary, already controversial issues were raised, such as those related to the supposed bad relationship between Megan and the palace staff, which are developed in this second act. Journalist Omar Scobey, one of the biographers of the Dukes of Sussex, confirmed that the number of negative stories published about Meghan was intentional. “There have been rumors for a long time that many of the most harmful and negative stories come from other real homes.”He said, an idea that was confirmed by attorney Jenny Afia in the documentary. “That narrative that no one could work with the Duchess of Sussex, that it was so difficult, that everyone had to leave, is simply not true.”
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