CNN is facing fierce backlash after a London-based international correspondent dismissed Prince William and Kate Middleton as “the other two royals” – while naming Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Scott McLean made a mistake as the brothers and their wives reunited outside Windsor Castle on Saturday to thank the crowd and watch the mounds of bouquets and balloons left by well-wishers.
“You can see Harry walk out first and then you see Meghan and then the other two royals as well,” he said.
But angry viewers immediately took to social media to blast the disrespect.
“CNN’s agenda has been clear for months. They’re in the tank for Harry and Meghan. pathetic. The ‘other two royals’ are the future king and queen,” Daily Mail columnist Dan Wooten tweeted,
“The other two royals, the heir to the throne and his wife, the Princess of Wales, who will be Queen,” Another critic scattered,
“Disgraceful,” Another Bus Told,
Opponents also criticized the left-leaning network for its “biased” reporting.
“The Other Two Royals” – There Showing His Clear Prejudice, An Angry Viewer commented, “What happened to fair journalism? Shocking.”
The couple appeared together in public for the first time since Commonwealth Day on March 9 amid the ongoing feud.
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The United Front came just hours after his father, King Charles III, was formally named as the new monarch of Great Britain at a rare meeting of the nation’s accession council – and two days later he reportedly met his difficult daughter-in-law. was banned from the death of the queen.
Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the subsequent ascension of Charles, Prince William is now in line to the throne.
On Friday, in one of his first acts as the new monarch, the new king conferred the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales to his eldest son William and his wife Kate – the same titles that Charles and his late wife Diana previously held. Had.
“With them Catherine (Kate), our new Prince and Princess of Wales, I know, will continue to inspire and lead our national conversation, helping to bring the frontier to center stage where vital help can be given. is,” he said.