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In a letter sent on Friday, Associated Newspapers Ltd. said the Oprah special displayed headlines that were either taken out of context or deliberately edited and displayed as supporting evidence for the programmes claim that the Duchess of Sussex was subjected to racist coverage by the British press. 

We anticipate that you will already be taking steps to investigate the montage and address how it came to be produced…the letter added. If you stand by the principles of accuracy and integrity which you espouse, and remove the montage from the footage without delay.

After the letter was sent, U.K. broadcaster ITV removed the headline from its version of the show that aired in the United Kingdom, according to the PressGazette.

CBS did not immediately respond to requests for comment from The Hill.

But in the U.S., Harpo Productions Oprahs company that produced the special defended the use of the headlines. We stand by the broadcast in its entirety, the company said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.

Harpo Productions could not be reached for comment.

Associated Newspapers wrote to ViacomCBS again on Saturday saying: We have noted the tweet released by Harpo Productions which concludes, with remarkable insouciance, We stand by the broadcast in its entirety but also the continued silence and inactivity on the part of ViacomCBS.”

The March 7interview garnered a record number of viewers for CBS and sent ripples through the media and political worlds.

A legal firm has reportedly been hired by Buckingham Palace to look into claims of bullying made by the Duchess of Sussex.