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Prince William reveals what proportion his family mean to him and expresses 'love' for his in-laws

Prince William is on a royal tour of Scotland

The Duke of Cambridge has opened about the importance of family during his royal visit to Scotland on Saturday. The 38-year-old joined the emergency service heroes to observe the Scottish final at The Cold House in Edinburgh, where he spoke to first responders and their families who had faced trauma to mention thanks for his or her diligence .

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Speaking to a table of first responders, the royal asked how that they had kept in-tuned with families during lockdown. William said: "The funny thing is once I spoke to my family I found it so good to catch up on the other hand you haven't anything to catch abreast of because nobody had done anything."

When one guest said that they had not seen their in-laws for a year, the Duke joked: "Some people are quite happy they haven't seen their in-laws for a year." After some laughter, he added: "I love my in-laws."

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The comments come days after William criticised the BBC over its Panorama failings and after his brother Prince Harry's fresh revelations against the royalty and his upbringing.

He said he found it "extremely concerning" that BBC employees had: "lied and used fake documents to get the interview with my mother; made lurid and false claims about the royalty which played on her fears and fuelled paranoia; displayed woeful incompetence when investigating complaints and concerns about the programme; and were evasive in their reporting to the media and covered up what they knew from their internal investigation."

The royal added that it had been his view that the "deceitful way" that the interview had been conducted had influenced what Diana had said and ultimately "was a serious contribution to creating my parents' relationship worse."

"It brings indescribable sadness to understand that the BBC's failures contributed significantly to her fear, paranoia and isolation that I remember from those final years together with her ," he said " 

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