Prince Andrew is said to fear the disclosure of a photographer’s photo

The Queen’s son could cause a stir again: a photographer claims to have a ‘shocking and shameful’ photo of Prince Andrew.

After Prince Andrew caused countless negative headlines in recent years, Queen Elizabeth II’s son has largely retreated from the public eye. A photographer reportedly has an image that could again embarrass the royal, as Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’ reports.

The recording was therefore made as part of the interview Andrews had with a BBC journalist in November 2019 in front of the cameras to discuss the allegations made against him in relation to the Epstein scandal. After the conversation, which was widely compared to a “car accident”, Andrew resigned from his public duties.

The royal settled an abuse lawsuit brought by Virginia Giuffre in US court out of court in February. Andrew, who reportedly paid Giuffre millions, has always denied the allegations made against him. In January, the palace announced that Prince Andrew would hand over his official duties and patronage to other members of the royal family. He was also stripped of his honorary military titles.

“Our jaws dropped”

Photographer Mark Harrison worked for the BBC in 2019. According to the report, he now said “only a few people” have seen the recording so far. If the photo were ever published, it would “break the monarchy”. An anonymous source familiar with the image said it would be “shocking and embarrassing” if the photo were published, especially if viewed out of context, the newspaper said. “Our jaws dropped when we saw it,” the insider said.

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