Prince Charles and Camilla
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall,are seen during their visit to Fundidora Park in Monterrey, November 5, 2014. Charles in Mexico on a four-day official visit. REUTERS//Miguel Sierra/Pool

Reportedly "furious" over the controversy surrounding the BBC documentary ("Reinventing the Royals"), Prince Charles pulled the plug before it was scheduled to be aired on Jan 4, Sunday. The dispute between the network and Prince Charles started when Clarence House refused to provide an archive footage and the way the documentary turned into a public hullabaloo instead of lifting the Prince of Wales' public image after Princess Diana's death.

"The prince is said by senior sources to be "furious" at the way the documentary turned into a public controversy," according to The Sunday Times. "Courtiers also fear that the Queen will be "annoyed" that two of the most influential members of the royal household have become embroiled in a distracting feud over the way her family is portrayed."

Based on the report, the sharp divisions in the palace between the director of communications at Buckingham Palace, Sally Osman and Charles' top media adviser, Kristina Kyriacou, are not agreeing in terms of protecting Prince Charles public image. Osman is more on the corporate style as she tries to manage Charles' succession to the throne, while Kyriacou is more on protecting Charles' reputation while "promoting his personal interest."

A spokesperson from BBC announced that the telecast of "Reinventing The Royals" on BBC2 will be broadcast "later in the New Year" until the footage issue is resolved. The two-part documentary feature the claims that the Palace employed PR expert Mar Bolland after Diana's tragic death in 1997.

"Reinventing The Royal" features the methods used by Prince Charles to enhance his image as he slowly introduces Camilla Parker-Bowles into the palace after the death of the People's Princess. Also known as "Operation Mrs PB," the Duchess of Cornwall integration in the palace created a lot of buzz as the world still mourns for the loss of Prince William and Prince Harry's mother.

Gaining the public's approval for Camilla Parker-Bowles was no walk in the park knowing the public's distate for Charles alleged mistress. Thanks to Princess Diana's infamous interview where she called Parker-Bowles the third wheel in their marriage, the 67-year-old was viewed as a home wrecker and slowly becoming Britain's most hated woman.

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