‘Embarrassing’ picture of Prince Andrew would be a ‘big deal’ for the royal family

A BBC photographer claims he has an “embarrassing” photo of Prince Andrew that would be a “big deal” for the royal family if it ever went public.

A BBC photographer claims he has an “embarrassing” photo of Prince Andrew that would be a “big deal” for the royal family if it ever went public.

The photographer, who worked for the broadcaster the night of Andrew’s disastrous interview about his friend Jeffrey Epstein, has not said what the photo shows, the New York Post reports.

β€œ[The photo] has only been seen by a few people, but it would be a big problem for the royal family,” Mark Harrison told the Daily mail.

“There’s a lot more from that era that isn’t in the public domain yet.”

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Harrison, an award-winning portrait photographer, said the photo would embarrass the Duke and the royal family if they ever saw the light of day. Mail reported.

Andrew reportedly insisted on keeping the photo private, but Harrison teased that it could be used as part of an upcoming film about the infamous 2019 interview.

A source close to the news evening interview told the Daily mail that their “jaws fell to the ground when we saw it”.

“It would embarrass Andrew a lot – and imagine how high the bar must be to embarrass him after all that has happened,” the source said.

the upcoming movie, Scoops, describes the behind-the-scenes bickering that led to Andrew’s shocking decision to agree to the sit-down. It is based on producer Sam McAlister’s book of the same name, which was published Thursday.

During the ruinous interview, Andrew defended his friendship and vacations with the late Epstein, even after the financier was convicted of sexual offenses against young girls. He also spoke kindly of Epstein’s partner and the Duke’s old friend, Ghislaine Maxwell, who has since been convicted of trafficking girls for Epstein.

Days after the interview, Andrew announced that he would be relinquishing royal duties.

β€œIt has become clear to me in recent days that the circumstances surrounding my former relationship with Jeffrey Epstein have become a major disruption to my family’s work and the valuable work that is going on in many organizations and charities that I am proud to support, ‘ he said in the statement.

“I have therefore asked Her Majesty if I may step down from public duties in the near future, and she has given me permission.”

Andrew, 62, settled a sexual abuse lawsuit with prosecutor Virginia Giuffre in February for an estimated cost of at least $12 million. Giuffre claimed the Duke had sex with her three times when she was a teenager, but admitted he had not committed any wrongdoing as part of the settlement agreement.

This article originally appeared on the New York Post and is reproduced with permission

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