Today, the Queen’s ex-press secretary lashed out at BBC for releasing a documentary in two parts Hosting by Amol Rajan, anti-monarchist about William and Harry’s After Megxit, a tumultuous relationship As the Royals and their Lawyers threatened war on the Corporation over “disputed” claims to the show,

The Duke of Cambridge, the Queen and Prince Charles are reportedly threatening to boycott the broadcaster over the two-part series.

The monarch and her heirs are together expected to collectively complain to regulator Ofcom for the first time in history, with lawyers braced to launch action following the programme’s airing.

Buckingham Palace was also concerned by the choice of Amol Rajan, an avowed republican who used to call the monarchy ‘absurd,’ to present it.

Dickie, Dickie’s former press secretary to the Queen, stated that the selection of Mr Rajan “calls into question all the business around the BBC bias and bias.” It will be an honest assessment? It’s still a mystery.  

Earlier this year William attacked the BBC after its failings were exposed surrounding the Martin Bashir Panorama interview with his mother Diana, which the Duke of Cambridge branded ‘deceitful’. 

Omid Scobie’s claims that William and his staff leaking a story about Harry’s mental health was cut from ITV film Harry and William – What Went Wrong! After Kensington Palace refuted the claim, it was broadcast on July 1, just hours after being cut from ITV film Harry and William: What Went Wrong? 

MailOnline spoke with Richard Fitzwilliams (royal commentator): The Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William made public their concern about the BBC’s two-part programme. This shows that they think the programmes might contain incendiary materials.

“The Palace reported protests obviously run the danger of increasing viewing figures but clearly, the Palace may feel that the public should know that they may be seeing a view that is strongly disputed if they see it.” 

Aides to Prince William insist he did not brief against his brother Harry during the Megxit saga, as a row over a new BBC documentary set to broadcast tonight

According to his aides, Prince William has not briefed Harry about the Megxit story. This was in protest at a BBC documentary that will be broadcast tonight.

According to sources, Mr Rajan (38) is “experienced enough for him to share his opinions with others.” 

According to BBC, Part 1 tonight focused on ‘the princes relationship with media’ and charting the years leading to the engagement and marriage between the Duke and Duchess Sussex. This was according to BBC’s 2012 Queen’s Diamond Jubilee website.

Part II ‘examines 2018, 2021 and beyond, an era of turmoil for the royals which includes Archie MountbattenWindsor’s birth and royal tours to the Sussexes & the Cambridges.

Richard Fitzwilliams said: ‘BBC guidelines require all news and current affairs documentaries to offer ‘an appropriate and timely opportunity to respond’ according to the Ofcom Broadcasting Code. It is obvious that it would be appropriate after Panorama’s debacle, which was almost unbelievable. 

The Queen and Prince Charles walking to the Balmoral Estate Cricket Pavilion earlier last month. They and the Duke of Cambridge are reportedly threatening to boycott the broadcaster and complain to Ofcom

The Prince Charles and Queen Mary walked together to Balmoral Estate Cricket Pavilion in the Balmoral Estate Cricket Pavilion, earlier this month. According to reports, they and the Duke are planning to protest against Ofcom and boycott the broadcaster.

“Although we haven’t revealed the content of these programmes, it is incontrovertible that members of the royal family were not given the opportunity to see them and to reply to any claims in them. Further controversy is now facing the BBC, something it was clearly trying to avoid.

Aides to Prince William did not brief against his brother Harry during the Megxit saga, sources insisted yesterday following a row over a new BBC documentary.

In the midst of an investigation into the troubled relationships between the media and the royals, insiders claimed that Harry and William had not been involved in a briefing conflict.

William, Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth are said to have joined forces with the BBC to raise concerns and threatened a boycott of future BBC projects if the Palace does not respond to any potentially damaging claims.

The BBC2 show, The Princes And The Press will air tonight at 9pm. The programme examines news coverage about the brothers in British media, including Harry’s relationship to Meghan, and their decision to leave royal duties to move to the USA.

Courtiers have not been shown the two-part documentary, and sources told the Mail on Sunday that they believed it would include claims that William and Harry – or their advisers – briefed against each other.

According to a senior royal source, the documentary was referred to as “tittle-tattle” and stated that Queen Elizabeth II had been ‘upset’ by the controversy over it.

Buckingham Palace’s, Kensington Palace’s and Clarence House insiders were reported to be particularly angry that they didn’t get the chance to witness the show or reply to any claims.

Quickly, sources dispelled any suggestion that William or Harry’s royal aides were involved in a briefing war during Megxit.

Sources said that the opposite happened and royal aides refused to engage in a public war over words. Despite Oprah Winfrey’s explosive interview with the Duke and Duchess, the duke and duchess of Sussex gave a riveting interview.

The Daily Mail received this statement from a source: “It was clear at the top that no-one wanted to go down that particular rabbit hole. Even though people were being provocated by the Sussexes.

A veil of secrecy has been drawn around the content of the programme, which has been written and is presented by Amol Rajan (pictured), who called the monarchy 'absurd

A veil of secrecy has been drawn around the content of the programme, which has been written and is presented by Amol Rajan (pictured), who called the monarchy ‘absurd

It was the palace’s belief that silence will help remove the negativity from the situation. Queen Elizabeth issued a personal statement stating that the family needed to address certain matters privately.

Last night, royal insiders stated that they did not want to censor the broadcaster nor the program makers. The three royal houses all agree that they ought to have been allowed to respond.

BBC guidelines stipulate that news and current affairs documentaryaries must offer the right for reply whenever appropriate.

According to a BBC spokesperson, the programme was about royal journalism and featured a variety of journalists from both broadcast media and newspapers.