All united against the BBC. Queen Elizabeth, the heir to the throne Charles and Prince William boycott the network for refusing to let those directly concerned view the documentary The Princes and the Press, which will air on BB2 tonight on Monday 22 November, on relations between the William, Harry and the British press. According to the media, the Windsors are threatening not to collaborate with British public TV in the future unless the films are seen and approved by the royal family before they are broadcast. The BBC he said no and here they came from Buckingham Palace three letters of complaint: one from the Queen’s office, one from Charles and the third from Prince William.
What does the documentary reveal?
The position taken by the royal house suggests that the Windsors have judged the project severely. According to when it leaks in the videos there would be the representation of Elizabeth’s disappointment at Harry’s decision to move away from London and create a new life in the USA (HARRY AND MEGHAN IN NEW YORK. PHOTOS). The documentary also promises to highlight the disagreements between the two princes’ entourages and attempts to discredit each other. To understand if the documentary actually contains “dangerous” revelations for the Windsor family, we will have to wait for the screening of the first part (tonight) and the second, scheduled for December.