The Duke of Cambridge, 39, attended the BFI Southbank, London for the annual Tusk Conservation Awards. The event celebrated Africa’s leading wildlife protectors, and the future king presented the awards to winners.
His arrival came just hours before a documentary about his relationship with Prince Harry aired.
‘The Princes And The Press’ is a two-part documentary fronted by Amol Rajan, that aired on BBC Two tonight at 9pm, with the second instalment scheduled for next Monday.
It covers the brothers’ “tumultuous” relationship following the Sussexes’ decision to step away from royal duties last year.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams claimed “the Royal Family have not been given a chance to view [the documentary] or to respond to any claims made in them”.
It is claimed Royal Family members including the Queen, Prince Charles, William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge are annoyed that they were not granted the right to a first viewing, nor a right to respond.
The Mail on Sunday reports that the documentary is “tittle-tattle” and the Queen has been left “upset” by the ongoing row.
Additional reporting by Olivia Stringer and Chloe Davies.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK