Documentary “Forbidden” about the British royal family offline …

Queen Elizabeth.
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The BBC documentary about the British royal family, which was banned by Queen Elizabeth, was suspended in 1972. The 110-minute film appeared on YouTube a few weeks ago, but has since been removed.

According to insiders in the British court, the Queen is unhappy with the leak of the documentary, she dies Royal family Hot. Thousands of people are said to have viewed the movie, which dates back to 1969, on YouTube.

The video was recorded offline at the request of Buckingham Palace. There are only parts of it now Royal family On YouTube. But according to British court sources, this does not mean that the film will not be shown again now. “It’s very difficult to remove these things forever. Once something arrives online, anyone can download it. Then we can start over,” they say The Telegraph.

“Fly-on-the-wall” shows Elizabeth describing the US ambassador as a “gorilla”. The queen can also be seen eating breakfast from the Tupperware containers. The movie was banned by Elizabeth because it would make the beds look cheap.

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