BBC Breakfast viewers blast Prince Harry coverage as theyre sick of it
BBC Breakfast viewers have been left fuming at their TV sets after watching all the coverage of Prince Harry's upcoming book.
The Duke of Sussex has made several sensational claims about the Royal Family in his upcoming memoir, Spare, due to be published on January 10.
One of the claims made by Harry was that he was physically attacked and 'knocked to the floor' by his brother Prince William during a row over Harry's wife Meghan Markle.
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It's no surprise that news organisations across the globe have been quick to cover every inch of the explosive Royal Family saga, but it appears lots of BBC viewers are tired of watching it.
Angry punters rushed to complain on Friday (January 6) as they watched presenters Naga Munchetty and Ben Thompson discuss the ongoing Prince Harry drama.
One viewer fumed: "Sick to the back teeth of hearing about Harry. What an utter embarrassment he has turned out to be. Is there no REAL news out there today??"
Another complained: "I’m already bored with this Royal soap opera."
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A third agreed: "Boring, move on, any real news happening in the country today?"
A fourth asked: "BBC Breakfast. I don't give a damn what Harry or William did. Why keep devoting so much airtime to this drivel?"
Naga and Ben spoke to several royal pundits during the show, including Guy Hedgecoe in Madrid who'd obtained a copy of the book as it was already on sale in Spain ahead of the official publication date.
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