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Prince Charles urged Prince Andrew to see sense with his case 

The Duke of York had vowed to fight to clear his name in court after being charged by Virginia Giuffre. Ms Giuffre became a victim who he sexually assaulted in three different circumstances when she was 17.

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Prince Andrew has held a meeting with the Queen at her Balmoral estate following his involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal

Prince Charles urged Prince Andrew decisively to finish the defeat over Prince Andrew’s civil sex assault case. It should be done so Prince Andrew can sidestep lasting harm to the monarchy.

Prince Charles urged Prince Andrew to see sense with his case

The Duke of York had vowed to fight to clear his name in court after being charged by Virginia Giuffre. Ms Giuffre became a victim who he sexually assaulted in three different circumstances when she was 17.

Supporting by the Queen, The Duke of Wales made it obvious to Prince Andrew that he had to recompense with his accuser before it went to court, for the sake of the institution they serve.

Prince Andrew should not make another fatal formation

It means there will be no civil trial, and Andrew will not have to provide proof under commitment or in front of a jury.

A senior member of the Royal Household mentioned “The Prince of Wales and the Queen could not countenance another fatal formation by the Duke of York.” The source also said that strong movement was required because there was little option.

Another senior palace source added: “The potential of the duke being cross-examined on-screen by legal interrogators sufficed the Prince of Wales and Her Majesty and other senior royals with worry.”

The prince was banned from using his HRH title

When Andrew decided to oppose on, he was conveyed by his older brother and the Queen “in no uncertain terms” that he would be a private citizen. Last month, Andrew was banned from using his HRH title and deprived of royal patronages also military associations.

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