Variety wrote that Prince Harry was once again angered by the British media and threatened to sue them.
An anonymous source from Buckingham Palace revealed to BBC reporter Jonny Diamond that no one asked Queen Elizabeth to allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name their daughters after her childhood nicknames. The article really angered Harry.
Omid Scoby, a close friend of the prince and author of the book “In Search of Freedom,” reacted to the BBC news. The statement stated that the queen was the first Harry to call her baby girl Lilybet Diana after she was born.
Omid wrote on Twitter: “In a conversation with the Queen, Harry said that he wished I could name my daughter Lily Beat after her. If she does not support, they will not use this name. ”
As “Variety” wrote, Harry decided to threaten the BBC with a lawsuit, which proved that Harry was angry. As far as the relationship with the royal family is concerned, this is another blow to the BBC. I recently learned that BBC reporter Martin Bashir tricked Princess Diana into conducting an explosive interview. Therefore, the BBC violated news standards.