Canada "Tighten ranks": how Elizabeth II wants to go to the offensive after the Andrew
Beatrice of York is 33 years old: this queen gift that his mother, Sarah Ferguson, resold for a nice sum
© KCS Beatrice of York is 33 years old: this queen gift that her mother, Sarah Ferguson, resold for a nice amount in 1997, Elizabeth II offers a magnificent property to his granddaughter Beatrice d'York. But his mother, Sarah Ferguson decides otherwise and sells the house for a very attractive sum. The sister of Eugenie will never take advantage of his grandmother's gift. This Sunday, August 8th is a special day for York Beatrice.
scandal accused of rape By the American Virginia Giauffre, Prince Andrew has not yet been publicly expressed. At his side, Queen Elizabeth II would be ready to support his son to protect the honor of the family tainted by these accusations.
one for everyone for one. After being welded face, the British royal family is ready to tighten the elbows to face the umpteenth scandal that shakes the walls of Buckingham. Since August 9, the Prince Andrew has been accused of sexual abuse by Virginia Giauffre "A big mercy" triggered by the Duke of York Express I think they will tighten the ranks ."
Affair Epstein: Virginia Giuffre complained against Prince Andrew in New York
© Copyright 2021, Obs The American Virginia Giuffre which accuses Prince Andrew of sexual assault under the influence of Financial Jeffrey Epstein She was a minor filed a complaint on August 9 in New York against this member of the British royal family, she said with her lawyer.
For the Royal Expert, there is no doubt,
His Majesty will not let this matter "taint their brand" . If the widow of Prince PhilipPrince Charles is ready to put pressure on his little brother It may be less indulgent with him than is their mother currently ." More and more concerned about this scandal, the husband of Camilla Parker-Bowles Emergency of this crisis , as revealed by a royal source in the columns of the Daily Mirror on kiosk Friday, August 13th. As if the rivalries between the Princes William and Harry
Prince Andrew faces no good choice in Epstein accuser case
LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Prince Andrew is likely to do anything he can to avoid giving evidence in a U.S. lawsuit filed by an American woman who alleges that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17, lawyers on both sides of the Atlantic say. Andrew may contest the U.S. court’s jurisdiction, or ignore the civil lawsuit altogether, taking a chance the court might find him in default and order him to pay damages. No matter which way he goes,Andrew may contest the U.S. court’s jurisdiction, or ignore the civil lawsuit altogether, taking a chance the court might find him in default and order him to pay damages.
Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by his two sons, the Princes Charles and Andrew at the parade Trooping The Colour, London, June 8, 2019. Backgrid UK / Bestimage Prince Andrew hidden in Balmoral For the moment, neither the Prince Andrew nor the members of the royal family did not comment on these accusations. While this scandal brings up
the case Jeffrey Epsteinthe Father of Beatrice and Eugenie made the choice to worry in Balmoral, Scotland , with his mother and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson the accused will reject the charges that aimed and invoke the diplomatic immunity with reference to his status as a commercial envoy he possessed at the time. Already in 2019, the 61-year-old man declared that she is "No memories" of his meeting with American . If it had to lose the trial, Prince Andrew could face to an invoice of 14 million pounds sterling
Prince Philip Once Told a Royal Biographer He Didn't Want to Live to 100: 'Ghastly Prospect' .
Prince Philip once said, "I can't imagine anything worse. I'm already falling to pieces as it is," according to royal biographer Gyles Brandreth's new book Philip: The Final Portrait"I certainly don't want to hang on until I am a hundred like Queen Elizabeth [the Queen Mother]," Prince Philip once told his longtime biographer Gyles Brandreth, who knew him for more than four decades, according to Philip: The Final Portrait. "I can't imagine anything worse. I'm already falling to pieces as it is. Bits keep dropping off. I have absolutely no desire to cling on to life unnecessarily. Ghastly prospect.