Prince William infuriated at Harry for letting Netflix use clip of Diana

Prince William is reportedly "infuriated" at younger brother Prince Harry after the Meghan Markle and Harry documentary on Netflix used a clip of their late mother, Princess Diana.

A clip from the Panorama interview carried out with Princess Diana was seen in one of the early episodes of the exclusive documentary series.

But the clip itself is one that features the late Diana in footage the current Prince of Wales had asked never be used again.

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Although William and Kate Middleton are reportedly not going to watch the documentary, insiders at the Palace have revealed the pair are very aware of the contents within each episode.

Sources close to Prince William said the Prince of Wales was disappointed with the focus shown on footage that should "never be aired again" following the infamous Martin Bashir interview.

It appears despite claims over the plea from Will, Netflix pushed on and used the footage in the first episode of the documentary.

Said clip appearing in the docuseries showed Princess Diana labelling the press coverage of her life as "daunting and phenomenal".

Prince Harry had previously drawn comparisons with himself and that of his mother's relationship with the press, and spoke of the interview before the clip was aired.

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In the documentary, Harry can be heard saying: "I think we all now know that she was deceived into giving the interview but at the same time she spoke the truth of her experience."

Current BBC director-general Tim Davie said last year the footage from the controversial interview would never be shown again due to the "shocking" way it was obtained.

But due to a change-up in copyright laws and fair-dealing usage, Netflix was allowed to use the footage in the recent documentary detailing Harry and Meghan's departure from the Royal Family, Daily Mail reported.

Under the "fair-dealing" rule, broadcasters can use snippets of another organisation's videos to cover current events.

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