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BBC is accused of 'anti-William and pro-Meghan and Harry' bias

Added 11-23-21 07:36:02pm EST - “Angela Levin said it was telling that the corporation's final interview of last night's show was with the Duchess of Sussex's British lawyer, Jenny Afia (pictured).” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “BBC is accused of 'anti-William and pro-Meghan and Harry' bias”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The BBC's controversial documentary The Princes and the Press was 'very biased' against Prince William and Prince Charles and painted a picture favourable to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, royal experts told MailOnline today.

Angela Levin said it was telling that the corporation's final interview of last night's show - masterminded by republican BBC media editor Amol Rajan - was with the Duchess of Sussex's British lawyer, while the Royal Family's response was a written statement shown on screen. 

Jenny Afia, Head of Legal at Schillings, who represents Meghan and was speaking with the Duchess' permission insisted bullying claims printed about the Duchess were 'false' and said she rejected the 'narrative' that the former Suits actress was 'difficult to work with'. 

Minutes earlier, Omid Scobie, the royal journalist dubbed 'Meghan's mouthpiece', had claimed that members of Royal households had briefed against Meghan and Harry during their time in the UK. 

Royals are understood to be furious that they did not get sufficient opportunity to reply to the allegations in the show, and said to have threatened a boycott on future projects with the BBC after courtiers were not allowed to view the programme before the first episode was aired. 

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