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Sussexes accuse William of ‘screaming’, King Charles of ‘lying’ in latest ‘truth bombs’…



Sussexes accuse William of ‘screaming’, King Charles of ‘lying’ in latest ‘truth bombs’…

The latest volume of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series has continued to use clips from Princess Diana’s controversial Panorama interview, which Prince William said should be banned.

In a move likely to enrage the Prince of Wales, the newly-released episodes have again defied his wishes for their mother’s interview with disgraced former BBC presenter Martin Bashir to ‘never be aired again’

The documentary repeatedly broadcast clips from the BBC programme to draw comparisons between Diana and Meghan’s experiences of life in the royal family.

Claiming Meghan came under fire for attracting press attention, the series cuts to clips of Diana talking about the ‘jealousy’ which came with her popularity.

In earlier episodes, Harry claimed his mother had ‘spoken the truth’ in the discredited interview, which William has said holds ‘no legitimacy’.

Apparently ignoring his brother’s wishes, Harry claimed the content of Diana’s interview with Bashir was based on reality.

Prince William paid tribute to the late Queen on Thursday night as he quoted her love of ‘the spirit of togetherness at Christmas’ during a special carol concert at Westminster Abbey – just hours after Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series launched an unprecedented attack on the Royal Family, accusing the King of ‘lying’ and the Prince of Wales of ‘screaming’ at his brother.

During the Together At Christmas concert, set to air on ITV on December 24, William poignantly read a passage from the late Queen’s 2012 Christmas message in which Her Majesty said she was ‘always struck by the spirit of togetherness’ at Christmas. It was a time, she added, ‘when we remember that God sent his only son ‘to serve, not to be served’.

There was no suggestion that William intended the striking message to be contrasted with the example of his brother, who turned on his family in Thursday’s Netflix series. Indeed, it was planned long before the notorious documentary.

But it will have resonated with many of the 1,800 guests gathered in the Abbey for the concert, staged to recognise the ‘selfless efforts of individuals, families and communities across the UK, and celebrate and showcase the joy that human connection and togetherness can bring’.

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