Prince William says BBC interview fuelled Princess Diana’s ‘paranoia’ | ABC News

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Prince William accuses the BBC of failing his mother Princess Diana and poisoning her relationship with Prince Charles after an inquiry found a journalist for the broadcaster deceitfully obtained an interview with her in 1995.

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