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BBC viewers claim Kate Middleton Children in Need appearance was 'tone deaf'

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The BBC has been flooded with complaints over Kate Middleton's appearance on Children In Need. The fundraiser was broadcast live on TV on Friday night (Nov 17) in a bid to raise millions of pounds for children's charities.

At least £4.3m had already been raised before the show started thanks to BBC Radio 2 host Vernon Kay. The Bolton-born presenter and former model took part in a four-day 115-mile ultramarathon from Leicester to Bolton - crossing the finish line on Friday morning.

Friday night's show, which ran for three hours, saw sketches, comedy, music, and performances with a number of specials planned including a one-off Doctor Who short, MasterChef Puppet Champion and The Graham Norton Show’s Red Chair. READ MORE: Former BBC Strictly Come Dancing favourite names who will win - but it won't be the 'best dancer' READ MORE: BBC Strictly Come Dancing couple fans say are 'most compatible' and will 'win' due to signs of 'weakness' The programme began with the future Queen of England, 41, who opened the televised fundraiser at 7pm with a pre-recorded video message, reports The Mirror.

The mum-of-three told viewers that Children In Need is 'all about helping to support, champion and empower all children to be the very best they can be'.

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