Thursday 24 December 2020
Channel 4 allows Queen to complain about Harry and Meghan
The room looks just as authentic in appearance: In a short video, Channel 4 gives the queen a different note at her Christmas address. Heads of state can complain about the family. The campaign has not been well received everywhere.
The British broadcaster channel complained to the Queen about Harry and Meghan leaving in a satirical fake video over Christmas. Queen Elizabeth II, in a Twitter video on the channel, animated using the so-called deepcake technique and dubbed, “When someone says to you that you like the company of Canadians, there are some more painful things.” Prince Harry and his wife Meghan split from the British royal family and temporarily resided in Canada. He now lives in California with his son Archie.
The entire alternative Christmas message, with which the broadcaster claims to draw attention to the dangers of counterfeit content, should be broadcast on Christmas day. A report states that there have been some complaints with the Comcom regulator. The royal writer Penny Junor, according to the “Telegraph”, was angry about the emperor’s parody. In today’s time, only a few things are sacred – but it is going too far.
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