Queen ‘will not reject Prince Charles’ plan to keep Prince Andrew away from public duties in the future’, even though she ‘adores the Duke and enjoys his company’, claims royal biographer Angela Levin
- Queen won’t ‘wipe’ Prince Charles’ hopes of keeping Prince Andrew away from public duties, royal biographer Angela Levin claimed
- Comes after Virginia Guiffre, an alleged victim of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, files a lawsuit against Queen’s son in federal court in Manhattan
- Accusations against Andrew are battery and inflicting emotional distress
The Queen will not “wipe away” Prince Charles’ hopes of keeping Prince Andrew away from public duties, even though she “adores the Duke and enjoys his company,” Prince Harry’s royal biographer claimed.
Royal expert and author Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Biography of a Prince, appeared on TalkRadio today with host Julia Hartley-Brewer, where they discussed 61-year-old Prince Andrew.
Virginia Guiffre, an alleged victim of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, filed a lawsuit against the Queen’s son in federal court in Manhattan on Aug. 9. permission in the US.
When asked if she thinks the Queen still wants Prince Andrew back for public duties, Angela Levin said: “I think she said last time that he couldn’t be.
The Queen will not “wipe down” Prince Charles’ hopes of keeping Prince Andrew away from public duties, Prince Harry’s royal biographer Angela Levin has claimed. Pictured, the Queen at the gates of Balmoral on August 9, 2021
Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attend a Thanksgiving service to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee at St Paul’s Cathedral on June 5, 2012 in London
“He said a few days ago that he was waiting for it all to blow over, which shows how naive and arrogant he is, because it’s not going to blow over.
‘You can see that from miles away; and that he will return to public duties for the platinum anniversary next year.
“It’s come back that nobody thinks that’s going to happen. I think the queen is very prone to micromanaging and bringing people in.
“She loves Andrew and enjoys his company and I don’t think she will ignore what Charles says and the rest of the royal family who don’t want him to do that.”
Andrew, Virginia Roberts, age 17, and Ghislaine Maxwell at Maxwell’s London mansion
Royal expert and author Angela Levin (pictured), who wrote Harry: Biography of a Prince, appeared on TalkRadio today with host Julia Hartley-Brewer talking about Prince Andrew, 61,
The lawsuit alleged that Andrew was one of the “powerful men” to whom Epstein loaned Ms. Guiffre and then Ms. Roberts for sex and accused the Duke of “publicly feigning ignorance of the scope of Epstein’s sex trafficking operation and sympathy for Epstein’s victims.”
Ms Guiffre claims the first time with the royal family was at the London mansion of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s alleged madam. The second time, in 2001, was at Epstein’s New York mansion, and the third time was on Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean. The formal charges against the Duke are battery and inflict emotional distress.
Andrew has long denied the charges and has not been charged with any crime. In a 2019 car accident with the BBC, he claimed he could not remember ever meeting Mrs Roberts, now a 38-year-old mother of three who lives in Australia and goes by her married name.
A now infamous photo, apparently taken in Maxwell’s London mansion, shows Andrew smiling for the camera with his arm around Mrs Roberts’ waist while Maxwell stands in the background.