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BBC viewers hit out at royal expert after speculation about the Queen's health

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BBC for their coverage surrounding Her Majesty, The Queen’s Health.The broadcasting corporation has come under fire from viewers online after they tuned in to watch the latest news and updates on the status of the 96-year-old Monarch.Earlier today Buckingham Palace released a rare statement, where they revealed Doctors were “concerned for Her Majesty’s health” as members of the Royal Family are rushing to Balmoral to be by Her Majesty's side. READ MORE: Buckingham Palace statement in full as Queen is 'placed under medical supervision'The statement read: “Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision.”The Palace added: “The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.Whilst viewers flocked to social media in their droves to slam the news channel’s coverage of the developing story after royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell took to the studio to report, speculate and give his insight.One viewer wrote: “@BBCNews how have you left Nicholas Witchel unchallenged after saying HM probably has gout, live on tv.

The odious man telling people not to speculate, after saying that. What a k**b.”Another viewer wrote: “Royal Reporter Nicholas Witchel the living cadaver”A third noted: “It's going to be full of the weasel Nicholas Witchel”A fourth commented: “Agreed.

I’ve stopped watching BBC News because I am sick of Nicholas Witchell’s speculation. Watching Sky instead - much more respectful and thoughtful”Whilst another wrote: “Nicholas Witchell has been appalling.”A sixth exclaimed: “Even more tasteless for BBC's Royal correspondent, Nicholas Witchell, to speculatively link stress over Harry & Meghan with Queen's.

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