The Queen and Prince Charles hold crisis talks over Prince Andrew
The Queen and Prince Charles have come together to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the scandal-plagued Prince Andrew.
Taking the time to step away from royal estate business, the pair have been in numerous meetings regarding “family matters,” according to a royal source, as reported by The Sun.
“Both had hoped the Duke of York could perhaps be rehabilitated back into public life in time but that is now looking increasingly unlikely,” they said.View this post on Instagram
It has further been revealed that a police probe into Prince Andrew’s billionaire paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein could be reopened after it was dropped in 2016.
The news comes just mere hours after a US law chief slammed the Prince by revealing the FBI tried to question him over Epstein but instead received “zero co-operation”.
The FBI says they have a witness who claims she saw the Duke dancing with “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre at London’s Tramp nightclub in 2001.
Ms Giuffre claims she was trafficked by Epstein and that the Duke slept with her that night when she was 17.
The 59-year-old royal has denied any wrongdoing but has stepped back from public life.View this post on Instagram
Epstein killed himself in jail last year.
Andrew denied that the FBI had approached him, telling friends he was “bewildered” at claims he has refused to co-operate.
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