A source in The Telegraph denied to BuzzFeed News that the article was taken down under pressure from the palace, but the newspaper declined to comment on the record.
How about continuing to review British media reports on different royal family members, The Telegraph deleted one Critical column The story about Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was on Thursday a few hours after it was posted on the website.
This story entitled “A rare mistake by the Duchess of Cambridge?” criticized Kate for co-authoring with others recently. Column Discuss early childhood education with the first lady of the United States Jill Biden. Jill Biden is a teacher and holds a doctorate in education.
Author Joanna Rossi wrote: “No matter how important the career is, she may fall into the same trap as the Sussex family; she runs the risk of being too closely aligned with the current party.” “It’s hard to imagine. Kate would write this kind of article with people like Melania Trump. Her decision to do so was a tacit approval to the Bidens.”
This is not the first time Rossit has expressed concern that the royal duchess may show prejudice. In 2019, she wrote an article pillar The Daily Telegraph criticized Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, because her “unconcealed support for everything has awakened” and “so closely aligned with icons of the political left.” That story is still online.
“Such an unfair criticism [Kate’s] The work co-authored with Jill Biden has been withdrawn, but the large number of lies/racism/paranoid attacks on #MeghanMarkle has never been withdrawn? “The activist, writer and lawyer Dr. Shaola Moss-Shobamim asked in an interview Viral tweets About the deletion of the column. “I think this criticism of the Duchess of Cambridge is utter nonsense, but the double standard/hypocrisy is profound. See you.”
BuzzFeed News contacted the “Daily Telegraph” and Rossiter to clarify why the work was taken down and whether it will be restored. Rossit did not respond to repeated requests for comment; a spokesperson for The Telegraph declined to comment on the record.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson also declined to comment on the record, but a source in The Telegraph stated that the palace had not contacted them and did not suggest anything to imply that they were “ridiculous”.
A tweet from the official Telegraph account linked to a deleted story ( Column URL Now redirected to the website’s news homepage) was deleted after BuzzFeed news query.
The deletion happened a few hours before Kate launched her The most ambitious project to date: A center dedicated to early childhood research and advocacy work to support children and parents early in life.
The Telegraph is well-known in the UK as a right-leaning news media.This is also source The widely reported story is that Meghan made Kate cry when he had a disagreement with Prince Harry before getting married – Meghan refute In her March interview with Oprah Winfrey.
In there Interview, Harry claimed that there was an “invisible contract behind closed doors” between the palace and the British news media.
He said: “If you, as a family member, are willing to drink and eat, and are willing to fully contact these reporters, then you will get better media coverage,” he added, “the institution can survive” because of the relationship between the palace and the government. Of this symbiotic relationship. British media.
In May, Harry also Allegedly The story of Megan’s bullying of her employees during her time as a member of the royal family is that “the company and the media worked together to discredit her.”
As of press time, the “Telegraph” article has not been restored online.