MEGHAN Markle has complained to the BBC about their star journalist’s reporting after her legal win over a national newspaper.
The Duchess of Sussex hit out at Amol Rajan, presenter of documentary The Princes and the Press, after he said she apologised for “misleading” the court.
It followed her lengthy battle with the Mail on Sunday after the paper published extracts of a private letter Meg had sent to her estranged dad.
During the case, it emerged that she had sent emails to her former communications secretary Jason Knauf in which they discussed briefing the authors of sympathetic Sussex biography Finding Freedom.
The duchess apologised for failing to tell the court about the messages – and said she’d simply forgotten the discussions had taken place.
But after Rajan said she’d been sorry for “misleading” the court, legal reps for the Sussexes contacted the BBC.
The broadcaster has now issued a correction.
It comes just six weeks after Rajan himself issued a grovelling apology for “rude” and “immature” comments about…