Prince Andrew is suing the Queen for the “most heartbreaking” blow – “much more serious” than Megxit.
NEW accusations against Prince Andrew by accuser Virginia Giuffre will be the most “heartbreaking” of all the scandals the Queen has faced, according to royal analyst Rupert Bell, and will be “much more serious” than Megxit.
The suing of Prince Andrew by Virginia Giuffre, who has accused the Duke of York of “sexual assault” dating back to 2001, according to TalkRadio’s Royal correspondent, is the most “heartbreaking” for the Queen despite a slew of blows to the Royal Family in recent years. Ms Giuffre claims she was trafficked to London at the age of 17 to have sex with Prince Andrew and has sued the Duke of York under the US Child Victims Act. All claims leveled against Prince Andrew have been categorically refuted.
“I believe this is a considerably more serious one against the royal family,” Mr Bell alleged.
“However bad it is, the Harry and Meghan one is a showbiz debacle in a way.
“This is because you’ve got a sexual allegation against the man who was thought to be the Queen’s favorite.”
This latest revelation, according to Mr Bell, will be “the most painful of them all.”
Following the death of Prince Philip in May, he believed Prince Andrew would be used as the Queen’s “shoulder” for public appearances and royal visits.
With the current phase in the sexual claims drama, Andrew has “taken that away from” the Queen, according to Mr Bell.
Following the death of his husband Philip, he claimed Andrew had “let her down in a significant manner” and put the royal family into yet another drama.
The royal correspondent went on to say that the recent court action means that past events are “now coming for” Prince Andrew, tearing the Queen apart.
On Monday, Ms Giuffre filed a complaint in a New York court against Prince Andrew.
She claims she was “trafficked to him” by late pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell and “sexually molested” by Prince Andrew, Duke of York in a flat in London in 2001 when she was 17 years old.
Ms Giuffre is suing Prince Andrew under the Child Victims Act, which was introduced by the state of New York in 2018 to assist historical sexual abuse victims in seeking justice. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”