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Note the picture of Camilla with the wind blowing up, showing her Spanx. I think that the DM is getting ready to fire some salvos in the direction of Clarence House.

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Note the picture of Camilla with the wind blowing up, showing her Spanx. I think that the DM is getting ready to fire some salvos in the direction of Clarence House.
I think that was a leg brace.
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Old 12-31-2014, 03:25 PM
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That could be. Still, it's in poor taste to show a senior lady's thigh when her skirt blows up. A picture like this of Camilla normally wouldn't be printed. I think that the Daily Mail is stirring the pot.
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That could be. Still, it's in poor taste to show a senior lady's thigh when her skirt blows up. A picture like this of Camilla normally wouldn't be printed. I think that the Daily Mail is stirring the pot.
The mail is loving this.
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Agreed. I like the Mail for breaking/hard news, but their Royal coverage tends to be biased. I find it very classist and, needless to say, sensational.
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Old 12-31-2014, 03:53 PM
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It's not good to show anyone's thighs when the wind blows their skirts up, but it's happened to the Duchess of Cambridge several times and it's HRH that's blamed for it.

No doubt, the DM is trying to milk this doc drama for all it's worth. As everyone has been saying, it's only gonna make everyone want to see the doc even more.
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Interesting article which places the issue with the former press secretary Henney and her confidentiality agreement with CH.

IT is implying that the BBC trusted "to luck" rather more than being thorough on the legals when it decided to schedule

Why did the BBC pull Reinventing the Royals documentary at the last minute? | The Drum
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Interesting article which places the issue with the former press secretary Henney and her confidentiality agreement with CH.

IT is implying that the BBC trusted "to luck" rather more than being thorough on the legals when it decided to schedule

Why did the BBC pull Reinventing the Royals documentary at the last minute? | The Drum
You're right, a very interesting article.
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This is quite interesting, cepe--and a great deal less sensational than the other reasons we've heard.
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The quotes from Henney have been made public though. She said William felt betrayed by his father. Whether its true or not, she said it.

It was still a PR disaster to hold up the release because people are going to wonder what the BBC removed in order to please Charles.
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it's Catch22. BRF need to enforce confidentiality agreements and I think the BBC has played it this way so that CH would lose regardless of how they responded.
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The other thing is why would Buckingham Palace cooperate with the BBC on this documentary after Clarence House declined?

Obviously not everyone is singing from the same hymn sheet.
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The other thing is why would Buckingham Palace cooperate with the BBC on this documentary after Clarence House declined?

Obviously not everyone is singing from the same hymn sheet.
or that statement isn't accurate. OR BP agreed elements affecting them but would expect CH to deal with issues such as confidentiality agreements of CH staff.

It's all spin - and it doesnt just come from the BRF. The publics view of the BBC is at an all time low.
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Doesn't William at 32 have a say in the BBC story or did William have a say and it was William upset by the BBC story that requested it be pulled until it was viewed privately. The media tends to blame Charles for everything.

Or is this a case of a documentary about the Windsor rebranding starting from 1917 to now with a very small part about Charles and Camilla and the media only focusing on C&C, rather like the play about Diana. Hewitt was trashed and people requesting Harry sue. The play never mentioned Hewitt was Harry's father just Hewitt began his relationship in 1983. From what I read this was a very small part of the play. Is this a very small part of the documentary?

One line overblown and taken out of text to trash a person/s and to generate interest in a play and TV series.
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If William was the one that wanted it pulled we would know. He's a husband and father and can and has speak for himself. Anyway I think this program is the least of the BRF worries at the moment .


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Probably a rehash -
Prince Charles 'furious' and spin doctors at war over postponed BBC documentary on Reinventing The Royals* | Daily Mail Online
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The DM article states: The show is about the royal family's rocky relationship with the media.

But the article is all about Charles.

I agree Charles should be wary of someone who was head of Panorama and of anyone who is friends with anyone associated with the program.

The DM article states
Many in the palace are wary of BBC reporter Steve Hewlett - the man behind the documentary Reinventing the Royals.

The 'palace' would be Buckingham Palace and/or Kensington Palace and/or St. James' Palace and not just Charles.
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So Charles's two women employes have different views about his future .
Indeed a rehash


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Interesting letter in the #DailyTelegraph from the Prince of Wales's communications sec.re #BBC #Reinventingtheroyals
https://twitter.com/migrhodes/status/552727412015136769
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