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  Prince Edward: No apology for Wills row
Updated 02 October 2001, 21.28

The Earl of Wessex has offered "no apologies" after his film company was accused of secretly taping Prince William at university.

The row began when William spotted a film crew following him at St Andrews' University in Scotland.

The media had agreed to respect William's privacy at college, but the one company which may have broken the rules was Ardent Productions.

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Ardent is partly owned by Prince Edward - William's uncle.


But during a royal visit to Birmingham, Prince Edward refused to say sorry for the affair.

He said: "No apologies. I am not going to say any more about it."

Ardent Productions has been forced to hand over the film it shot in Scotland to Buckingham Palace for royal officials to examine.


 
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