Prince William, it was reported today, expressed frustration at Netflix helping to ‘commercialize’ Princess Diana’s Panorama interview for The Crown.

It is believed that the Duke of Cambridge regrets not being able to make money with broadcasters from Martin Bashir’s bombshell conversation on BBC Radio in 1995.

Outside the BBC’s New Broadcasting House offices in London, producers were seen filming scenes that depicted the events following the interview.

Richard Cordery, aged 71, who was playing Marmaduke Hassey (then chairman of BBC’s board) was seen getting in a car before walking into the building.

According to legend, the scene was recreated by Lord Hussey when he arrived in the midst of the aftermath from the program in which Diana stated: “There were three people in this marriage.”

MailOnline believes that the only shot of the actor entering the building, and returning out again, was the final one. There were no other shots inside.

After Lord Dyson had reported that BBC cover-ups of Mr Bashir’s deceitful conduct, the filming was completed six months later.

Both Mr Bashir and BBC apologised and BBC sent letters to Princes William & Harry. William requested that the interview be cancelled.

Kensington Palace did not respond to our request but William seems to have remained true to his statement after Dyson’s report. He stated: “It is my firm belief that this Panorama program holds no legitimacy and should not be aired again. 

Prince William talks with refugees evacuated from Afghanistan at a hotel in Leeds yesterday

Prince William speaks with Afghan refugees at Leeds hotel yesterday

The latest photos from the upcoming season of the Netflix drama The Crown show actor Richard Cordery, 71, dressed as Marmaduke Husssey, the former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the corporation

Marmaduke Husssey is pictured in the 1990s

Photo of Richard Cordery, 71 (left), dressed up as Marmaduke (right), former chairman of BBC’s board.

MailOnline understands the filming consisted of a single shot of him walking into the building and then back out again - but nothing further inside. Cordery is seen getting in a car

MailOnline has learned that Cordery was only filmed in one shot. This is the first shot where he walks into the building, then returns to it again. Cordery can be seen getting into a car.

Princess Diana is seen during her interview with Martin Bashir for the BBC's Panorama in 1995

Princess Diana seen with Martin Bashir during their interview for Panorama 1995 on the BBC.

“It effectively created a false narrative, which has been commercialized over 25 years by the BBC, and others. The BBC, as well as anyone who wrote or plans to write about such events, must now address this settled narrative.

The Daily Telegraph reports that William “understood” to be frustrated by the fact that broadcasters make money on his interview. 

ITV confirms royal carol concert will be shown in sub-channel to BBC

ITV confirmed that it would host an ITV Christmas Carol Service led by the Duchess Of Cambridge, in defiance of the BBC.

According to reports, the Westminster Abbey event was to have been hosted by BBC. However, the BBC cancelled the broadcast and switched the program to ITV because of a controversy over a documentary about the Dukes of Cambridge’s and Dukes of Sussex’s relationships with the media.

Amol Rajan presented BBC Two’s The Princes and The Press. The royal households criticized Rajan for giving credence to “overblown, unfounded claims”.

ITV claimed that the carol ceremony, which would be hosted by Kate and sponsored by the Royal Foundation, will recognize and celebrate the contributions of individuals and organizations throughout the nation to the fight against the pandemic.

This event will air on December 8th and was produced in collaboration with Westminster Abbey as well as BBC Studios Events Productions.

ITV announced that the guests include volunteers and people who are involved in charity work, community projects, and volunteer workers. Teachers, emergency personnel and military personnel will also be there.

People who went above and beyond to protect and care for others over the past 18 months will be featured in this audience, as well as those involved with early development, mental health and families.

A variety of guest will be able to enjoy readings, musical performances and carols from the Westminster Abbey Choir. 

The news was confirmed by a statement issued by Kate and William on Kensington Palace’s social media accounts. “This Christmas, we celebrate the amazing work of individuals across the nation and the organisations that go above and beyond for their communities,” it said.

The Royal Foundation supported the hosting of a carol service for Christmas at Westminster Abbey next week. It brought together many inspiring people.

The service will air in December.

The Princes And The Press was two-part BBC documentary. It suggested courtiers leaked negative stories concerning the Duchess. This could have led to a fierce competition among households.

A rare move by Buckingham Palace and Clarence House was made to jointly issue a statement to broadcaster. It was also included in the BBC Two documentary.

Statement from the Palaces: “A healthy democracy requires a free and accountable press.”

“But, unfortunately, too many times it is exaggerated and unverified claims from unnamed sources, which are presented as facts. This is why it is so disappointing that anyone (including the BBC) gives them credibility.”

A TV source told The Sun earlier this week: ‘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 which is a part of his life he has said he does not wish to revisit.’

Lord Dyson released a report in May on Diana’s Panorama interview. It concluded that Bashir had violated the BBC producer guidelines by falsifying bank statements to give Earl Spencer access to Diana for his interview.

Earl Spencer claimed last month that The Crown asked him to refuse filming at Althorp his family’s home.

Elizabeth Debicki plays Diana Princess of Wales in the fifth series on royal Netflix Drama.

Earl Spencer spoke to BBC Breakfast from his West Northamptonshire estate. He said that he refused to take part in filming on The Crown site.

He stated, “They applied. They were interested in shooting here. However, I do not really like that kind of stuff. To be truthful, I haven’t watched The Crown. So I said, “Thank you, but no thanks.”

After the Metropolitan Police had said that it did not find any evidence of criminality, Earl Spencer was reported to be able to bring a private case against him over the Bashir scandal.

The shocking revelation regarding filming at New Broadcasting House follows a fortnight since it was revealed that The Crown’s producers had filmed the Diana revenge dress scene 800 yards away from Prince William’s Kensington Palace bedroom.

Netflix’s series recreates the moment Diana, who stepped out wearing a tight, black off-the-shoulder dress after Prince Charles confessed to his adultery.

This is the exact spot where Diana was photographed at dinner at Serpentine Gallery 1994. The position can be seen almost as far away from Prince William’s bedroom.

Also last month, royal expert Penny Junor said the makers of The Crown had stuck up ‘two fingers’ at the Royal Family by casting the stepdaughter of IRA supporter Roy Greenslade in the role of Countess Mountbatten. 

Ms Junor stated that Natascha McCElhone (51), was not to blame for her stepson’s sins. She said that another actress was needed because the sensitive role required her to be portrayed. 

He was a former Fleet Street editor, Guardian columnist, and Guardian editor. In addition to his top position at The Sun and Daily Mirror, Mr Greenslade expressed support earlier in the year for the IRA. 

Meanwhile royal experts have also been demanding that Prince Harry tears up his £112million Netflix deal and makes a stand over The Crown’s portrayal of Diana.

Angela Levin, a Royal biographer, criticized the Duke of Sussex’s inability to ‘find his voice’ about the streaming giant’s controversial portrayal his mother.

This is after Diana’s friend Jemima Kan withdrew support for The Crown due to its disrespectful script. She had broken up with creator of the show. 

Harry and Meghan signed an agreement with streaming service to create documentaries and feature films for their new production company. 

The Crown will be airing its fifth series in November 2022. The Prince of Wales, Dominic West, and Miss Debicki, are the stars of The Crown. 

The Wire’s star West will take over Charles’s role from Josh O’Connor. Emma Corrin’s position will be taken by Miss Debicki, who is The Night Manager’s actress.

Imelda Staunton, Olivia Colman’s Queen of England, will be replaced by Jonathan Pryce as Duke of Edinburgh. Lesley Manville, Princess Margaret of Scotland, will follow Helena Bonham Carter.

Photos taken outside the BBC's London headquarters show the actor in a navy suit and red tie

The actor is seen in photos taken outside of the BBC London headquarters wearing a navy suit with a red tie.

The filming took place six months after a report said the BBC covered up 'deceitful behaviour'

Six months ago, a BBC report stated that the BBC had covered up its ‘deceitful behavior’. The filming began.

Lord Dyson released a report in May into Diana's BBC interview with Martin Bashir in 1995

Lord Dyson issued a report about Diana’s interview on BBC with Martin Bashir, May 1995.

This comes just as the BBC appeared to retract claims Buckingham Palace was briefed against Harry & Meghan.

A BBC Two documentary examining the relationship between the royal households and the media also stepped back from suggestions that William allowed aides to brief about his brother’s mental health – which was categorically denied by, and deeply offended many in, the royal household.

Amol Rajan, a BBC journalist, was the series’ frontman. He had previously drawn unimaginable criticisms from Buckingham Palace Clarence House, and Kensington Palace.

It is believed to contain a series of unverifiable and inaccurate allegations about collusion with media. This includes accusations regarding the Duchess and Duke of Sussex’s behavior during their turbulent period when they decided to step down from royal duties.

The BBC allowed Netflix to film The Crown outside New Broadcasting House (file picture)

The BBC permitted Netflix to film The Crown in front of New Broadcasting House. File picture

The forthcoming fifth series of the Netflix drama The Crown stars Elizabeth Debicki as Diana

The Crown is in its fifth series. Elizabeth Debicki plays Diana in The Crown.

Earl Spencer told BBC Breakfast reporter Sally Nugent last month that he had rejected The Crown's request to film at his family home of Althorp in Northamptonshire

Last month, Earl Spencer revealed to BBC Breakfast reporter Sally Nugent that The Crown had refused permission for him to film in his Northamptonshire family home Althorp.

Although the lawyers of both households had prepared to inspect the final program with a fine-toothed comb, they had not considered a formal complaint. 

However, last night’s Prime-Time offering seemed to be a bit diluted. The editing continued until the final minute. 

BBC has also delayed plans for a podcast companion. The BBC has also delayed plans for a podcast. A source close to the royal family said that it was unlikely that this matter would be further discussed.

Meghan’s private solicitor received significant airtime in the programme. She attacked Meghan to defend her against bullying allegations and to deny that she has ever misused her ‘power’. 

MailOnline reached out the BBC, Netflix, and Kensington Palace to inquire about the filming at the New Broadcasting House.