BBC man at the center of Royal Storm has attacked Kate and William, calling them ‘complete scams’

journalist who faced BBCThe controversial royal documentary described the public role of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge As a “complete fraud” it is called Prince Philip “Elemental clown”.

Amol Rajan – the BBC journalist who has presented Princes and the Press – made these sensational comments in articles he wrote in 2012 for The Independent, which he used to edit.

In one open letter to William and Kate, written after the couple announced they were expecting their first child, the self-proclaimed Republican urged them to “abandon the luxury of royal and aristocratic care,” claiming that “everyone would be a winner” if they did.

Although he congratulated the couple on the news of the pregnancy, he called their public role a “complete fraud,” adding, “Neither of you have a private claim to the glorious city of Cambridge, so stop pretending that.”

He also suggested that instead of a “wide mansion”, the Duke and Duchess should raise their family in a “decent country house” and their child should be sent to a “normal school”.

It has been revealed that broadcaster Amol Rajan – BBC journalist who hosts The Princes and the Press – has made provocative comments about William and Kate (pictured with Harry and Meghan in 2019) in articles he wrote in 2012 for The Independent – the newspaper he edited

In other columns writing for the newspaper at the time, the 38-year-old said Prince Philip was a “racist clown” and described Prince Charles as “scientifically illiterate”.

He also criticized the Diamond Jubilee as a “celebration of the mean” and said of members of the royal family: “Apart from the Queen – whose public image has been made by an ever-expanding propaganda team – this clan is extraordinarily full of fools.”

The revelations will add new pressure on the BBC over its handling of the two-part Rajan documentary, which was met with unprecedented boos from Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace and accusations of bias.

The royal families believe it has contained a slew of completely unfounded and inaccurate accusations of collusion with the media, particularly in relation to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during the tumultuous period of their decision to step back from royal duties, dubbed the ‘Megxit’.

The palaces were also said to have been angry at the way many of the assertions in the documentary, which was broadcast on prime-time television, were allowed by Rajan, the BBC’s media editor.

Critics said the series, which concluded this week, failed to challenge the allegations from Sussex supporters, including Megan’s lawyer, Jenny Afia.

Prince William was seen cheering his beloved Aston Villa in their match against Manchester City at Villa Park on Wednesday night

Prince William was seen cheering his beloved Aston Villa in their match against Manchester City at Villa Park on Wednesday night

Pictures have surfaced showing Amol Rajan at a cocktail party with a number of Meghan's partners including one of her closed friends Misha Nonoo (pictured with Rajan)

Pictures have surfaced showing Amol Rajan at a cocktail party with a number of Meghan’s partners including one of her closed friends Misha Nonoo (pictured with Rajan)

This came as photos surfaced yesterday showing Rajan at a cocktail party with a number of Meghan’s buddies, including one of her best friends, Misha Nonoo.

The presenter was photographed with fashion designer Miss Nonoo at the 2015 event hosted by now-shame mogul Harvey Weinstein and his then-wife Georgina Chapman.

Rajan was also photographed mingling with Miss Chapman and designer Keren Craig, with whom she co-founded the Marchesa brand. Meghan has modeled for Marchesa in the past and still regularly models for the fashion label. However, Rajan claims he does not remember “exchanging a word” with Miss Nonoo or Miss Craig before or after the ceremony, which was held in honor of media owner Yevgeny Lebedev.

Pictured: Meghan Markle and her friend Misha Nonoo attend the 12th Annual Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in 2015 in New York City

Pictured: Meghan Markle and her friend Misha Nonoo attend the 12th Annual Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in 2015 in New York City

Last night, a BBC spokesperson said of the Rajan photos: ‘It is absurd to suggest that these photos mean anything.

To his knowledge, Amol never met Mrs. Nonoo or Craig before or after taking them away; He does not remember having exchanged a word with them.

“However, he wishes them – and you – a very happy birthday.” On Rajan’s previous views, the spokesperson added: “This article precedes Amol’s work at the BBC. Once journalists join the BBC, they leave previous views at the door.

Amol is a seasoned BBC journalist who reports on all the topics he covers in an impartial manner and in line with the BBC’s editorial guidelines.

“All BBC current affairs output must be impartial.”

Rajan himself has been contacted for comment.

On the first episode of The Princes And The Press last week, journalist Omid Scobey, co-author of the Sussex biopic Finding Freedom, said negative stories had been leaked about Meghan, though he did not name those involved. “There were some people who felt the need to put it in place,” he said.

In response, the three royal families said: “Often exaggerated and unsubstantiated claims from undisclosed sources are presented as facts, and it is disappointing that anyone, including the BBC, would give them credibility.”

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