Buckingham Palace reportedly nervous ahead of Prince Andrew accuser interview

Queen Elizabeth children

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She also said Epstein made her have sex with the royal three times.

The Prince of Wales - who was in New Zealand when Andrew was booted from royal duties - has reportedly sought counsel from their father, Prince Philip, as well as Sir Nicholas Soames, a veteran politician and grandson of Sir Winston Churchill.

"[The prince] knows what happened, I know what happened".

In a clip from the programme released on Twitter, Ms Giuffre says: "It was a really scary time in my life".

The third time, when she was just 18 years old, allegedly took place when she and the Duke of York were "in an orgy on Epstein's private island in the U.S. Virgin Islands".

71-year-old Charles, who is the rightful heir to the throne, has talked about cutting a number of working royals down to a bare minimum amid the Prince Andrew crisis, The Sun reports.

Ms Giuffre alleged the duke sweated heavily as they danced at London nightclub Tramp.

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In a sit-down interview of his own with the BBC said he had "no recollection" of the teenager and that he was with his daughter, Princess Beatrice, at a pizza shop at the time Giuffre claimed they had sex.

The duke has withdrawn from public duties amid the storm over the claims and criticism that he has failed to show remorse for his friendship with Epstein or empathy for the alleged victims.

Ms Giuffre claimed in court papers in Florida that she was forced to have sex with Andrew when she was aged 17, below the state's age of consent.

Giuffre's interview was filmed a month before the prince's interview, so she would not be directly responding to that.

Buckingham Palace has denied the allegations, calling them "false and without any foundation".

It comes after the UK's Metropolitan Police Service said today it would not reopen an investigation into an "allegation of non-recent trafficking for sexual exploitation" it received from Ms Giuffre in 2015. He had been in prison awaiting trial on federal sex-trafficking charges, which he had denied.

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