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US News Sarah Ferguson's Buckingham Palace crisis meeting with Prince Andrew: Fergie arrives after The Queen leaves following face-to-face with her son in aftermath of Jeffrey Epstein scandal sacking

21:35  21 november  2019
21:35  21 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

'Disastrous' and 'excruciating': Reaction to Prince Andrew's interview

  'Disastrous' and 'excruciating': Reaction to Prince Andrew's interview "Disastrous" and "excruciating" are just some of the words being used to describe an unprecedented interview given by Prince Andrew to address his friendship with American sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The Duke of York was grilled on the BBC's Newsnight about his links to the convicted paedophile, who died in prison earlier this year, and allegations that he had sex with a 17-year-old girl.

Sarah Ferguson driving a car: Pictured: Sarah Ferguson arrives at Buckingham Palace, central London, today after coming out in support of Prince Andrew in light of the backlash over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pictured: Sarah Ferguson arrives at Buckingham Palace, central London, today after coming out in support of Prince Andrew in light of the backlash over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein

Sarah, Duchess of York was driven into Buckingham Palace today four hours after the arrival of her embattled former husband Prince Andrew.

The 60-year-old appeared to be in good spirits as she was photographed smiling while speaking to a Metropolitan Police officer from the back of the car in London.

She arrived just before 4pm, about four hours after Andrew was seen in public for the first time after his dramatic decision to step down from official royal duties amid the public outcry over his friendship with paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself while facing sex trafficking charges.

Palace denies claim Prince Andrew used n-word in meeting

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Earlier today Andrew smiled and waved as he drove himself in his Bentley to see the Queen again on the morning after she retired him from royal duties.

It was an overt show of support for Andrew, who she called a 'true giant of a principled man' this week, wound down her Range Rover's window to greet armed police before heading through the gates.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Prince Andrew arrives at Buckingham Palace and gets out of his Bentley around noon today before heading to a Pitch@Palace meeting in Dubai after the Queen sacked him from royal duties © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Prince Andrew arrives at Buckingham Palace and gets out of his Bentley around noon today before heading to a Pitch@Palace meeting in Dubai after the Queen sacked him from royal duties

Today it emerged that Prince of Wales acted 'decisively' to force out his younger brother yesterday having called his mother from his tour of New Zealand urging her to cut off the Duke of York having become 'increasingly alarmed' the scandal was engulfing the entire royal family.

Alleged Epstein victim calls on Prince Andrew to speak to US law officials

  Alleged Epstein victim calls on Prince Andrew to speak to US law officials A woman who claims to have been trafficked and abused by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has called on Prince Andrew to speak to US law officials. She did not make allegations against Prince Andrew directly, but said the duke and "any others who are close to Epstein should come forward and give a statement under oath on what information they have".The unnamed woman spoke at a press conference in Los Angeles alongside lawyer Gloria Allred, who represents a number of alleged victims of the disgraced billionaire.

Her Majesty agreed and then summoned her 'favourite son' to deliver the bad news and told him he would lose his £250,000 taxpayer-funded salary and would only appear in public at family events.

A senior royal source told the Evening Standard today that Charles had told their mother: 'This is about protecting the institution of the monarchy itself', adding that 'swift action' was imperative.

The insider added: 'There could be only one conclusion… The Duke of York had to withdraw from the fray and from public life. It is very sad. Obviously, both the Queen and the prince [Charles] love Andrew - but the health of the monarchy is too important to risk'.

Last Friday, Sarah came out in support of Andrew, who quit his life as a working royal last night over his association with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. 

a passenger seat of a car window: The Queen leaves Buckingham Palace this afternoon after carrying out investitures and heads to Windsor amid the furious backlash about her son's friendship with Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Queen leaves Buckingham Palace this afternoon after carrying out investitures and heads to Windsor amid the furious backlash about her son's friendship with Epstein

She took to Instagram and Twitter to describe him as a 'true and real gentleman' and a 'giant of a principled man', and posted several photos of Andrew in uniform.

BT and universities cut ties with Andrew after Epstein interview

  BT and universities cut ties with Andrew after Epstein interview BT and three Australian universities have joined the list of organisations distancing themselves from Prince Andrew after his interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Telecoms giant BT was a corporate sponsor of the Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award (iDEA), which develops workplace skills. Prince Andrew is the patron and the award's website links to the duke's own site.BT told Sky News it was "reviewing" its relationship and may continue its work "in the event of a change in their patronage".

A picture surfaced of the Duchess with Jeffrey Epstein's girlfriend, Ghislane Maxwell, at a party on New York City's 5th Avenue back in 2003. 

Sarah divorced Andrew in 1996 but still lives with him in an unusual domestic arrangement at Royal Lodge in Windsor, and has never dismissed rumours they may remarry.

Andrew was pictured leaving the family home of Royal Lodge at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire in a Bentley this morning, before later arriving at Buckingham Palace. 

In her statement last Friday, Sarah did not refer to the interview - which was shown the following day - or the claims being made directly, but made clear her feelings.

Gallery: Inside Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein's controversial 20-year friendship (Business Insider)

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Jeffrey Epstein are posing for a picture:           New charges against      accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein brought his relationship      with Britain's Prince Andrew under renewed scrutiny.                    Allegations from women      who say they had sexual contact with the Duke of York      when they were underage in addition to his documented      relationship with the disgraced financier have led to mounting      suspicions Andrew was involved in the abuse reported among      Epstein's associates.                 Visit Business      Insider's homepage for more stories.          Prince Andrew's relationship with accused sex trafficker Jeffrey    Epstein came under renewed scrutiny in June 2019 as investigators    pursued new trafficking and conspiracy charges against the    disgraced financier.           The Daily Mail surfaced footage of the Duke of    York at Epstein's Manhattan home reportedly filmed in    December 2010, after Epstein had faced jail time for    underage prostitution charges and registered as a sex    offender.      The footage is the latest in the nearly 20 years of    documented contact between Andrew and Epstein, a time     identified to have overlapped with Epstein's alleged    recruiting and eventual abuse of underage girls by him and    his associates.       The Duke's name was in Epstein's

She said: 'It is so rare to meet people that are able to speak from their hearts with honesty and pure real truth, that remain steadfast and strong to their beliefs.

'Andrew is a true and real gentleman and is stoically steadfast to not only his duty but also his kindness and goodness of always seeing the best in people.'

Does the Duke STILL not get it? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on a day after 'stepping back' from public duties

  Does the Duke STILL not get it? Royal Family step in AGAIN and force Prince Andrew to cancel junket to Bahrain he was about to jet off on a day after 'stepping back' from public duties Prince Andrew was set to fly to Bahrain to speak as the guest of honour at his beloved Pitch@Palace, but it emerged he won't be making the trip as the backlash continues of his friendship with Epstein.Video: Prince Andrew steps back from Royal duties (Time)

'I am deeply supportive and proud of this giant of a principled man, that dares to put his shoulder to the wind and stands firm with his sense of honour and truth. For so many years he has gone about his duties for Great Britain and the Monarch.'

The duchess, who will no doubt have been consulted over Andrew's decision to give the BBC an interview in a bid to clear his name, had said he should 'stand firm'.

In her statement on Friday, she added: 'I am with him every step of the way and that is my honour. We have always walked tall and strong, he for me and me for him.

'We are the best examples of joint parenting, with both our girls and I go back to my three Cs...communicate, compromise, compassion.'

a couple of people that are talking to each other: The Duchess of York is pictured with Ghislane Maxwell, the girlfriend of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, on 5th Avenue in New York City in 2003 © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duchess of York is pictured with Ghislane Maxwell, the girlfriend of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, on 5th Avenue in New York City in 2003

The couple have proudly 'co-parented' their two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. Beatrice has announced her intention to marry boyfriend Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi next year and it is thought the forthcoming wedding may have encouraged Andrew to speak out, as he would like nothing more than to walk his daughter down the aisle. 

But in the aftermath of the Queen's second son announcing he would step down from public duties for the 'foreseeable future', Huddersfield University confirmed the duke would be relinquishing his role as its chancellor.

Pictured: Andrew and Queen out horse riding as charities' reviews continue

  Pictured: Andrew and Queen out horse riding as charities' reviews continue The Queen and Prince Andrew have been out horse riding in the grounds of Windsor Castle estate - as organisations continue to consider their relationship with the duke. It is the second time he has been spotted out and about since his decision to step back from royal duties, following the widely criticised TV interview over his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.The duke was photographed leaving his house the Royal Lodge, in Windsor, Berkshire, on Thursday.

In a statement the university said: 'Due to the circumstances and in discussion with the university, he has decided to step down immediately to allow the university to appoint a successor.'

Huddersfield University Students' Union said in response: 'We know that students will welcome this decision, and the Students' Union would like to offer our sympathy to the victims of Epstein and all those affected by sexual abuse across the world.'

a close up of a newspaper: Last Friday, Sarah came out in support of Andrew with a statement posted on social media in which she praised his 'sense of honour and truth' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Last Friday, Sarah came out in support of Andrew with a statement posted on social media in which she praised his 'sense of honour and truth'

Asked if the Duke was right to step back from public life, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told reporters on a visit to Bedfordshire: 'All I can say is that it is very important that all the victims of Jeffrey Epstein get justice and the law must be done and must be seen to be done.'

A US lawyer representing some of Epstein's alleged victims has raised the possibility of questioning the duke under oath over his relationship with Epstein.

Discussing how Andrew could become involved in any legal process, Lisa Bloom said that, as an attorney, she had 'the right' to seek a statement from individuals she deemed to have 'relevant information'.

The duke is to continue working on his flagship project Pitch@Palace but will do so privately without the support of Buckingham Palace, it emerged.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman said on Thursday: 'He will continue to work on Pitch but will look at how to do that outside and entirely separate from the palace.'

Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice Square Up to Amanda Thirsk as Prince Andrew Blame Game Accelerates

  Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice Square Up to Amanda Thirsk as Prince Andrew Blame Game Accelerates If you love The Daily Beast’s royal coverage, then we hope you’ll enjoy The Royalist, an all-new members-only series for Beast Inside. Become a member to get it in your inbox on Sunday.  © Provided by The Daily Beast VICTORIA JONES On one side stands Andrew’s senior staffer, Amanda Thirsk, on the other Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, and their elder daughter, Princess Beatrice, who stood in as family rep on a crucial meeting with the BBC interviewer Emily Maitlis just three days before the fateful day.

a man driving a car: The Duke leaves the Royal Lodge family home at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire this morning after he stepped down from royal duties yesterday © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke leaves the Royal Lodge family home at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire this morning after he stepped down from royal duties yesterday

It is thought the duke will not have any involvement with the dozens of charities, organisations and military units he is associated with.

Graham Smith, of Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, called the move 'more smoke and mirrors'.

'Prince Andrew's decision to step back is more smoke and mirrors to protect the image of the monarchy,' Mr Smith said.

He added: 'Several years ago Andrew was stripped of his trade ambassador title, but then continued to fly around the world representing this country.

'The palace needs to clarify exactly what they mean by him stepping back and explain why he isn't stepping down. Otherwise, this just looks like more spin to cover royal backs than real accountability.'

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Ghislaine Maxwell posing for the camera: Andrew appears to hold Jeffrey Epstein's victim Virginia Roberts, then 17, by the waist as the sex offender¿s lover Ghislaine Maxwell looks on in 2001 in London © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrew appears to hold Jeffrey Epstein's victim Virginia Roberts, then 17, by the waist as the sex offender¿s lover Ghislaine Maxwell looks on in 2001 in London

In his statement, Andrew said he was 'willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations, if required'.

Ms Bloom told BBC Breakfast: 'It's not going to be easy to subpoena someone like Prince Andrew, he's obviously not walking down the street where a process server can just hand him a piece of paper, it's a lot more complicated.

'If he refused to come, we may have a diplomatic situation between (the UK) and (the US). I hope it doesn't come to that.

'I take him at his word that he says he is going to co-operate, and I hope that's what's going to happen.'

Pressure had been mounting on the duke in the wake of his so-called 'car crash' Newsnight interview, with a growing number of multimillion-pound businesses, universities and charities distancing themselves from him and Pitch@Palace.

'Lock them all up and throw away the key': Virginia Roberts says Ghislaine Maxwell must be arrested and Prince Andrew belongs in jail as she accuses authorities of a cover up

  'Lock them all up and throw away the key': Virginia Roberts says Ghislaine Maxwell must be arrested and Prince Andrew belongs in jail as she accuses authorities of a cover up In a number of posts on her Twitter account today Virginia Roberts agreed with other social media users that Prince Andrew should be in jail and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested.Virginia Roberts has said Ghislaine Maxwell should be arrested and that Prince Andrew belongs in jail - as she accuses the authorities of a cover up.

a close up of a logo: These are the 35 businesses that support the duke's project Pitch@Palace. Ten have now quit - five businesses (Advertising Week Europe, KPMG, Aon, Standard Chartered and Gravity Road) and five academic institutions (Bond University in Queensland, Melbourne's RMIT,  University of Wollongong, Murdoch University in Perth and Fondation Rideau Hall in Canada). The Stelios Foundation and the Chinese Li Ka Shing Foundation are the only two standing by him © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited These are the 35 businesses that support the duke's project Pitch@Palace. Ten have now quit - five businesses (Advertising Week Europe, KPMG, Aon, Standard Chartered and Gravity Road) and five academic institutions (Bond University in Queensland, Melbourne's RMIT,  University of Wollongong, Murdoch University in Perth and Fondation Rideau Hall in Canada). The Stelios Foundation and the Chinese Li Ka Shing Foundation are the only two standing by him

He faced criticism for showing a lack of empathy towards Epstein's victims and a lack of remorse over his friendship with the financier, who took his own life while in prison earlier this year awaiting trial on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges.

In the interview, the duke denied claims that he slept with Virginia Roberts, now Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein's victims, on three separate occasions, twice while she was underage.

Prince Andrew will fly on an official junket to Bahrain in the next 24 hours in an act of defiance after it was revealed Prince Charles told the Queen to sack him from all royal duties to save the monarchy.

The Duke of York will jet to the Gulf to try to save his beloved Pitch@Palace charity as a slew of big businesses pulled their sponsorship to avoid being associated with him after his disastrous BBC interview about Jeffrey Epstein and his 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts.

a group of people sitting around a living room: The Duke of York speaks to BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis in an interview shown on Saturday which led to a furious backlash about the prince's friendship with Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The Duke of York speaks to BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis in an interview shown on Saturday which led to a furious backlash about the prince's friendship with Epstein

Andrew will be the guest of honour at the Dragons' Den-style event at a luxury hotel in Bahrain on Saturday night and the winners will be invited to a bash at St James’ Palace in London next month.  

Critics have questioned the timing of the trip just days after he said he was 'stepping down' from public duties for the 'foreseeable future'.

And amid extraordinary scenes today Andrew smiled and waved as he drove himself in his Bentley to see the Queen again on the morning after she retired him from royal duties. Hours later, just after Her Majesty left for Windsor Castle, the Duchess of York, turned up at Buckingham Palace to see her ex-husband.  

It was an overt show of support for Andrew, who she called a 'true giant of a principled man' this week, wound down her Range Rover's window to greet armed police before heading through the gates.

a screenshot of a cell phone: Andrew made the bombshell statement about stepping back yesterday after mounting pressure after his interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrew made the bombshell statement about stepping back yesterday after mounting pressure after his interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein

Today it emerged that Prince of Wales acted 'decisively' to force out his younger brother yesterday having called his mother from his tour of New Zealand urging her to cut off the Duke of York having become 'increasingly alarmed' the scandal was engulfing the entire royal family.

Her Majesty agreed and then summoned her 'favourite son' to deliver the bad news and told him he would lose his £250,000 taxpayer-funded salary and would only appear in public at family events.

A senior royal source told the Evening Standard today that Charles had told their mother: 'This is about protecting the institution of the monarchy itself', adding that 'swift action' was imperative.   

The insider added: 'There could be only one conclusion… The Duke of York had to withdraw from the fray and from public life. It is very sad. Obviously, both the Queen and the prince [Charles] love Andrew - but the health of the monarchy is too important to risk'. 

Princess Eugenie of York, Prince Andrew, Duke of York standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Charles and his mother decided the Duke should step down © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Charles and his mother decided the Duke should step down

Prince Andrew, who has not always seen eye-to-eye with his older brother, is back at Buckingham Palace today to see the Queen for the first time since she sacked him. It was business as usual for the monarch as she later held an investiture ceremony. 

Buckingham Palace today confirmed that Prince Andrew will continue to work on Pitch@Palace tech entrepreneurs initiative because it is a private venture. 

The Duke of York has faced a barrage of firms and other organisations terminating or reviewing their association with the initiative after his BBC interview on Saturday.

The announcement comes after Andrew said he would step back from public duties for the 'foreseeable future', in an unprecedented move for a royal in modern times.

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Andrew made the bombshell statement last night after mounting pressure following his interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.  

Barclays said it was concerned about the situation involving the Queen's 59-year-old son and was keeping its involvement with Pitch@Palace under review. 

Asian-focused bank Standard Chartered joined accounting firm KPMG in deciding not to renew its sponsorship of Pitch@Palace.  

Since quitting as the UK's trade envoy in 2011, the duke has built up Pitch@Palace, in which he helps to put would-be entrepreneurs in touch with investors and mentors. 

A source close to Andrew told BBC News he would continue to be involved in the initiative, which does not provide any funding to start-up firms. But with the duke the main draw for wealthy investors, its future looks uncertain.

a man driving a car: Andrew is under massive pressure to speak to the FBI - his brother Prince Charles is said to be instrumental in getting him to step down © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Andrew is under massive pressure to speak to the FBI - his brother Prince Charles is said to be instrumental in getting him to step down

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, said: 'Andrew's office at Buckingham Palace will go. There are lots of … secretaries who have been working hard there for years.

'He is patron of a lot of charities and there is a considerable amount of work, but I think the office will be shut down.

'I fear this is also the end for Pitch@Palace, at least in its current guise. This disaster is going to affect a lot of staff.'

Charles and Andrew had a recent high-profile row over whether the Duke of York's daughters Beatrice and Eugenie should enjoy the perks given to Charles' children William and Harry - and now the sisters' public roles and income are likely to fall after their father's demise. 

Beatrice's wedding plans for next year are also up in the air and may even be scaled back, especially as Eugenie's nuptials last year cost British taxpayers around £2million.  

The solemn-looking Duke of York arrived this afternoon to discuss his future and if he can continue his Dragons' Den-inspired charity Pitch@Palace without any royal patronage - and away from the palace - as a slew of big businesses pulled their sponsorship to avoid being associated with him. 

The Outward Bound Trust has also announced Andrew has resigned as the organisation's patron - but his daughter Princess Beatrice will remain a trustee.

Gallery: The dark secrets of the British royal family (StarsInsider)

Prince Andrew, Duke of York wearing a suit and tie: Prince Andrew's association with late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has finally caught up to him: the Duke of York is officially stepping back from royal duties.Of course, the controversy that surrounds the Queen's son is not solely about this friendship. Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein's accusers, has claimed that she was forced to have sex with Prince Andrew three times.This is by no means, however, the first scandal of this proportion to rock the British royal family. In this gallery, take a look at the dark secrets they'd rather hadn't got out.

Despite his public life being largely over at the age of 59, the duke smiled and waved as he left his grace-and-favour Windsor home driving his £170,000 Bentley Flying Spur sports car as calls for him to give evidence to the FBI under oath reached fever pitch. 

The Duke of York is today being urged to fly to America to speak to detectives, with lawyers for Jeffrey Epstein's victims warning him 'any delay' must lead to US agents heading to London to interview him before Christmas. 

Buckingham Palace is 'braced' for the 'imminent' arrival of a subpoena summoning Andrew to give evidence under oath in the US, according to the Telegraph, but leading QC Baroness Helena Kennedy, said if he was her client she'd advise him never to go to America again in case he is arrested and can never leave.

Attorney Lisa Bloom, who represents five of Epstein's 'slaves', wants to force him to give evidence in the US - but prosecutors would treat him as a witness to help prosecute Epstein's 'helpers' and co-conspirators rather than a criminal suspect.

Gallery: Jeffrey Epstein's network: Who's who in his circle (USA Today)

Ghislaine Maxwell wearing a black shirt: Inner circle: Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's former girlfriend

Ms Bloom said: 'Andrew and his staff must cooperate with all investigations, show up for civil depositions and trials, and produce all documents. Nobody is above the law and everybody should have to answer questions'.

The Queen took decisive action against her second son last night in a desperate bid to contain the fall-out from the duke's disastrous Newsnight interview about his years of friendship with the paedophile.  

Andrew will lose his £249,000 annual income from the taxpayer-funded Sovereign Grant as a result - but will keep his grace-and-favour home in Windsor and cash will still come in from his mother's Duchy of Lancaster estate, the source of her multi-million pound private income.

The Duke wanted to speak to the BBC but he was skewered by Emily Maitlis. The misjudgment triggered days of catastrophic headlines and caused a string of businesses and charities to desert him, with experts calling it the biggest crisis to grip the royal family for decades.

Royal expert Penny Junor said: 'I would think the Queen is horrified - it's been a disastrous year' and biographer Ingrid Seward, Editor in Chief of Majesty Magazine, said: 'I have never known anything like this in living memory'.

'Lock them all up and throw away the key': Virginia Roberts says Ghislaine Maxwell must be arrested and Prince Andrew belongs in jail as she accuses authorities of a cover up .
In a number of posts on her Twitter account today Virginia Roberts agreed with other social media users that Prince Andrew should be in jail and his friend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested.Virginia Roberts has said Ghislaine Maxwell should be arrested and that Prince Andrew belongs in jail - as she accuses the authorities of a cover up.

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