Prince William has blamed BBC’s deceit over its interview with his mother for increasing her paranoia and exacerbating his parents’ relationship.
The Duke of Cambridge revealed he was “most saddened” Diana never learned she had been deceived.
He believes that it wasn’t just the fault of the interview’s reporter, Martin Bashir, but by leaders at the BBC.
The Met Police have stated that they will analyse the new report, after deciding not to conduct a criminal investigation.
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, also shared a separate statement, blaming a toxic media environment for his mother’s death:
“Our mother lost her life because of this, and nothing has changed. By protecting her legacy, we protect everyone, and uphold the dignity with which she lived her life,” he said as quoted by the BBC.
The public service organisation has apologised to Princes William and Harry, as well as Prince Charles and Diana’s brother Earl Spencer via written letters.