Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the former babysitter of William and Harry, will be compensated by the BBC for the lie of his adventure with Prince Carlos

Journalist Martin Bashir got all a milestone interviewing the Diana Princess for the BBC in 1995. It was not just for the value of her character, too because

Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the former babysitter of William and Harry, will be compensated by the BBC for the lie of his adventure with Prince Carlos

Journalist Martin Bashir got all a milestone interviewing the Diana Princess for the BBC in 1995. It was not just for the value of her character, too because in that televised conversation he got based on tricks that Prince Carlos's wife released a bomb and admitted that in her relationship were three, in reference to Camilla Parker-Bowles . 26 years later, the British public chain has suffered another Varapalo by having to assume a large compensation for Tiggy Legge-Bourke, the former babysitter of Guillermo and Enrique of England, since it was the scapegoat who used the journalist to draw the attention of Diana de Wales.

As published The Telegraph, the BBC must pay Tiggy Legge-Bourke 100,000 pounds (117,000 euros) due to the slander who poured his journalist towards her to achieve the interview. Bashir would have convinced Princess Diana that the nanny had an affaire with Prince Carlos and, not only that, but she confessed that she had become pregnant and that she had had to abort. To make your credible lie, the journalist falsified an invoice with the payment of the intervention.

The thread of the investigation wove it with Wales itself. Apparently, in 1995, at a Christmas party that offered the palace for her staff, she approached Tiggy Legge-Bourke to express her penalty for what happened: "I feel a lot about the baby". The nanny was decoliated by the comment and began to investigate. The BBC, for its part, also opened an investigation a year later and hired an independent researcher, the former magistrate of the UK Supreme Court Lord Dyson.

The opinion of the former magistrate has been based on recorded talks of Charles Spencer, the little brother of Diana, where he tells how the journalist convinced the princess to give the interview.

"Tiggy Legge-Bourke was at the Center for Bashir's manipulation and is correct that the BBC recognizes the damage caused by, even if it is late," said a source of the BBC for The Telegraph.

Despite the rumors that the journalist spread, Tiggy Legge-Bourke was always very dear in the nucleus of the British royal family. She began as a nanny of Guillermo and Enrique in 1993, a year after his separation from Carlos and Diana. The caregiver she had experience for the position, since she had studied the profession at St. Nicholas Montessori school in London. In addition, she had ties with the windsor, since her mother, Shân Legge-Bourke, had been the lady of Ana company of England, daughter of Isabel II. She is one of Archie's godmothers, the son of Prince Harry. Currently, she lives withdrawn with her husband and runs a hostel on a Wales farm.

Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 10:45

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