Prince William is weighing in after a BBC press reporter was implicated of creating files in order to protect an explosive interview with Princess Diana in 1995.
Journalist Martin Bashir supposedly utilized phony bank declarations to encourage Diana to consent to be spoken with for BBC Panorama. The allegations triggered the media company to employ independent private investigators to “get to the truth” of the notorious royal interview, selecting previous Supreme Court judge Lord Dyson to lead the objective.
The Duke of Cambridge is stated to be “tentatively” inviting the examination.
In a declaration launched by Kensington Palace and gotten by E! News on Nov. 18, Prince William stated, “The independent investigation is a step in the right direction.” The 38-year-old papa included, “It should help establish the truth behind the actions that led to the Panorama interview and subsequent decisions taken by those in the BBC at the time.”
William had to do with 13 years of ages when his mama’s Panorama interview came out.