Queen Elizabeth news – How Prince Andrew’s ‘CATASTROPHIC’ error in doing BBC interview forced Her Maj into crisis mode


Queen Elizabeth was forced to take matters into her own hands to prevent “immediate and seismic” damage to the Royal family, following Prince Andrew’s infamous BBC interview. 

The Queen reportedly acted quickly to “protect” the Firm in 2019 when the disgraced Duke was hit with a public outcry over his ties to sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

Andrew only worsened the situation when he signed up to a bombshell BBC interview – where he claimed he is unable to sweat and was in a Pizza Express in Woking, Surrey on a night accuser Virginia Giuffre alleges he had sex with her.

Now, a Royal expert has taken a deep dive into how Queen Elizabeth acted with decisiveness and speed to prevent Andrew’s actions from causing “immediate and seismic” damage to the Royal family.

Writing for The Times, Valentine Low revealed: “The Queen is there to protect the institution of the Royal Family and she will do that above all else. We saw this with Prince Andrew.”

Mr Low continued: “The damage from that was immediate and seismic.

“It was a very small number of days before he was stepping down from his royal duties.

“He went from a working Prince in the Royal Family to nothing.”

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