Fury over BBC ‘hatchet job’ – Conned into supporting Meghan and Harry


THE BBC’s new documentary on the Royal Family’s relationship with the media has been slammed by a journalist who appeared in the two-part deep dive into the royals and publicity.

Writing in the Daily Mail, she called the documentary “a hatchet job” and “a hagiography” of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

She added that she felt “utterly conned” by how her interview was edited into the programme.

Additional reporting by Katie Harris, Elspeth Cook and Dan Hastings

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Amanda Platell said she felt deceived by how her comments were portrayed (Image: Getty)

Queen ‘can’t stand’ where Kate Middleton and Prince William spend most their time with children

When the Queen first visited Anmer Hall, she was said to be shocked by one of the Cambridges’ household habits with their children, according to an unearthed report by Express.co.uk from 2018.

A source claimed the monarch “couldn’t stand” how much time William and Kate would spend in their kitchen socialising with their children.

The source claimed: “When the Queen visited the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Anmer Hall for the first time, she couldn’t get her head around the fact that the kitchen is the main base for them.

“For the Queen, she can’t stand that, because she is used to having a set room for that sort of thing.”

The source told Express.co.uk how, perhaps like many families, the Cambridges’ kitchen is the “main hub” of their home, unlike in the Queen’s numerous homes.

Even when the monarch is away from the media spotlight, such as when she is at her Balmoral home, she is still said to regard the kitchen as a no-go area.

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