Prince Andrew sex addict: “A different woman in his room every night”

This is one of the scandals that has hit the monarchy in recent months. When the terrible affair of Jeffrey Epstein was brought to light, what was the surprise of the Windsors to learn that Prince Andrew, reputed to be the Queen’s favorite son, would have had things to blame himself for. Virginia Giuffre’s testimony was chilling. The young woman was the victim of sex trafficking organized by Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, from which Prince Andrew would have benefited. An amicable agreement was reached between the two parties to avoid a trial. But the actions of Beatrice and Eugenie’s father are far from forgotten.

The documentaryPrince Andrew: Banished, broadcast this Thursday, October 6 on the American platform Peacock, revealed other information about the Duke of York. A former press secretary of Elizabeth II, Dickie Arbiter, comes out of silence and his remarks with regard to Andrew have nothing positive: “The problem is, this man is an idiot. There’s always a runt in a family, and Andrew was the runt of the British royal family.“A journalist specializing in royalty even goes so far as to claim that the prince is addicted to sex:”What we used to say at dinner parties was that he couldn’t keep his pants up.”

This addiction, the prince andrew calmed her by having the young women parade through her apartments. Paul Page, royal protection officer for six years, is still shocked: “We used to joke that he should have installed a revolving door in his room. The number of women coming in and out of there was unbelievable. […] A different woman in her room every night.“He would even have attacked a member of staff who had prevented one of them from returning:”Listen up, you fat guy: if you don’t let my guest in, I’m going downstairs..”

Following this scandal, Queen Elizabeth II had chosen to remove the royal titles from her son and had demanded his withdrawal from the public life of the monarchy. Sidelined from any official event concerning the British Crown, Prince Andrew was however entitled to an exception after the death of his mother. Authorized to participate in coffin wakes and processions, he had also been entitled to wear the uniform. The one and last time, no doubt.