Queen Elizabeth news: Prince Andrew ‘reduced to NOTHING’ as Her Maj took ‘swift action’ to save Firm from BBC nightmare


THE Queen was forced to take swift action against Prince Andrew after the Duke’s shameful Newsnight interview, a royal expert claims.

The 96-year-old monarch moved to “protect the institution” in 2019 when the Duke of York faced a widespread public backlash over his ties with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Matters were made worse when he opted to appear in a now-infamous 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 correspondent and expert has revealed Her Maj was forced to act quickly to protect the Firm from the “seismic” damage from the ill-fated interview.

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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