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Prince William ‘feud with the BBC ramping up’ as he becomes ‘frustrated over latest move’

They've had their fair share of drama in recent months

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In latest royal news, Prince William has reportedly become “frustrated” with the BBC for allowing Netflix to film in their London building.

Tensions between royals and the BBC are already high following the screening of their documentary, The Princes And The Press.

And it appears their alleged feud isn’t going away anytime soon.

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Prince William has become ‘frustrated’ with the BBC (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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According to The Telegraph, Prince William is “frustrated” the BBC have allowed Netflix to film in their Broadcasting House.

They report that producers used the space to recreate Princess Diana’s 1995 Panorama interview for The Crown.

They’re joining forces to do the one thing William doesn’t want

William has heavily criticised the Martin Bashir interview in the past.

And he’s apparently angry that the broadcaster is “continuing to make money” from it.

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Furthermore, a source told The Sun: “It’s unbelievable that in the middle of a major fight with William and the Royal Family over its documentary, the BBC would allow Netflix to film on their property.

“The BBC and Netflix are joining forces to do the one thing William doesn’t want – dramatising the Panorama interview. It is a part of his life he has said he does not wish to revisit.”

Royal feud with the BBC

Meanwhile, the reports follow shortly after the Royal family addressed the recent BBC Two documentary.

The two-part special explores Prince William and Prince Harry‘s relationship with the media.

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The Panorama interview originally aired in 1995 (Credit: ITV/BBC)

In addition, it also features number of royal experts, including Omid Scobie to Camilla Tominey.

Following the first episode, the family hit back at the doc in a rare statement.

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They said: “A free, responsible and open press is of vital importance to a healthy democracy.

“However, too often it is overblown and unfounded claims from unnamed sources that are presented as facts and it is disappointing when anyone, including the BBC, gives them credibility.”

ED! has contacted Prince William’s representative and the BBC for comment.

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