BBC journalist Amol Rajan has apologized after the “impolite and immature” feedback he made in regards to the royal household a decade in the past not too long ago resurfaced.

Following the discharge of the controversial BBC documentary — hosted by Rajan — that examined the connection between Prince William, Prince Harry and the media, it emerged that Rajan described Prince Philip as a “racist buffoon” and Prince Charles as “scientifically illiterate” in remark items printed by newspaper The Impartial in 2012, Sky Information reported.

In a single article, Rajan, who edited The Impartial between 2013 and 2016, described Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee as “little greater than the industrialization of mediocrity” and additionally criticized Prince William and youthful brother Prince Harry as “the kind of posh nice-but-dims our democracy has struggled for hundreds of years to take away from authority.”

A second piece stated the general public roles of the Duke of Cambridge and his spouse Kate Middleton had been a “complete fraud.”

In a press release posted on Twitter Thursday, Rajan, 38, said he “deeply regrets” the “impolite and immature” feedback he had made in a “former life.”

“I look again on them now with actual embarrassment and ask myself what I used to be considering, frankly,” the BBC’s media editor tweeted.

“I want to make an apology for any offense they precipitated then or now. I’m utterly dedicated to impartiality and hope our latest packages might be judged on their deserves,” added the host of BBC Radio 4’s flagship “Immediately” program.

By wayne

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