The Duke of York has said he “let the side down” by remaining at the home of indicted sex guilty party Jeffrey Epstein.
Addressing inquiries regarding his connects to Epstein just because, Prince Andrew said his stay was not “fitting for an individual from the Royal Family”.
The ruler addressed BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis in a meeting recorded at Buckingham Palace on Thursday.
It will be communicated on BBC Two at 21:00 GMT on Saturday.
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Sovereign Andrew has been confronting inquiries for a while over his connections to Epstein, a 66-year-old American agent who ended his very own life while anticipating preliminary on sex-dealing charges.
In 2010, the sovereign was shot strolling with Epstein in New York’s Central Park – two years after Epstein’s first conviction for requesting a minor for prostitution.
Film distributed by the Mail on Sunday demonstrated the sovereign in Epstein’s Manhattan manor around a similar time.