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'Only person who talks to Prince Andrew is his horse' and he hates riding, says expert
The Diana Chronicles, says that while Prince Andrew used to absolutely hate riding, he’s doing a lot of it at the moment “because the only person who’ll talk to him is the horse”.The disgraced duke, mired in scandal because of his friendship with notorious paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, is “coroneted sleaze machine,” according to Brown.Palace sources said “ruthless and swift” action had been taken to put distance between Andrew and the royal family before he faced a US court to fight allegations from Epstein victim Virginia GiuffrePrince Charles and his son William are understood to have been 'instrumental' in the decision, which was “widely discussed” within royal circles.In January, Andrew was stripped of his military affiliations and royal patronages, and was forbidden from using the His Royal Highness [HRH] royal style in any official capacity.He was forced into an embarrassing U-turn earlier this month when – writing on his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson’s Instagram account – he posted reflections on his service during the Falklands War, and signed the post with an HRH. He later deleted the post.The Duke of York ended his seven-month legal battle to prevent an embarrassing court appearance in New York with a £12 million financial settlement to his accuser Virginia Giuffre.Sources say no public money was used to fund the settlement.
Prince Andrew 'betrayed by his body language as he walked Queen down aisle', says expert
Prince Andrew was chosen to escort his mother the Queen to Prince Philip’s memorial service to “soften his image” with the public but his body language “betrays” him, according to an expert.The Duke of York being heavily involved in the memorial has sparked controversy with it being his first appearance in public with the Royal Family since the high-profile settlement with his accuser Virginia Giuffre.Ms Giuffre was suing him for allegedly sexually assaulting her when she was 17 after being trafficked by convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who Andrew had a friendship with.Leading UK psychotherapist and body language expert Nick Davies watched Andrew as escorted the Queen and believes his simple nod at the end stopped his attempt to show his “empathetic side” to the general public on Tuesday (March 29).Nick told the Daily Star: “I think having Andrew support the Queen as she comes in could have also been to soften his image with the general public and show his empathetic side, however he betrays this by just nodding to her as they move to their seats on either side of the isle rather than checking of she's OK to make the last few steps.”In January this year, Andrew was stripped of his honorary military titles and patronages by the Queen, forcing him to relinquish using HRH.At the time, Buckingham Palace said: “The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.”The Queen having Andrew by her side as she made her way to the front of Westminster Abbey was seen as “unexpected” by some experts after the trouble the now settled lawsuit caused.Keep up to date with all the latest news stories. by signing up for one of Daily Star's free newsletters here.Joe Little,
Prince Andrew, Jeffrey Epstein Documentary ‘Prince and the Paedophile’ Sold to Italy by Beyond Rights
Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentLondon-based Beyond Rights has scored sales to Italian broadcasters on more than 500 hours of TV content, including topical doc “The Prince and the Paedophile.”The BriteSpark Films investigation into the friendship between Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein, which is also said to uncover new details on Epstein’s other British connection –– including to Ghislaine Maxwell –– has been acquired by linear broadcaster La7, which is the flagship station of the country’s third generalist TV group in terms of ratings.Comcast-owned pay TV Sky Italia re-upped their licensing deal on lifestyle show “Love It Or List It,” acquiring 290 new hours of the franchise, including four seasons from the original series and seasons from “Love It Or List It: Vancouver”; “Love It Or List It: Quebec” and “Love It Or List It: Australia.”   Discovery Italy purchased a 103-hour, multi-genre package comprising true crime titles such as “Fatal Vows,” and “Deadly Women,” plus “Massive Engineering Mistakes,” and auto show “Flipping Bangers.” AETN Italy picked up the latest two seasons of “Forbidden History” and the show’s new upcoming two instalments, one of which examines war propaganda methods used in Nazi Germany.Finally, GotGame, a new digital channel dedicated to the gaming world, bought 105 hours of science and tech programming from Beyond Rights comprising the shows “Myth or Science,” “How Hacks Work,” and “Superhuman Science.”“We are delighted that our extensive factual catalogue can meet the needs of so many key broadcasters at the same time in such an important territory as Italy.” said Sarah Bickley, Beyond Rights’ SVP sales for Italy, in a statement.