Prince Andrew watches ‘tell-all TV interview’ to win back support

Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew is reportedly looking for broadcasting opportunities in America (Image: PA/EPA)

Disgraced Prince Andrew is considering giving a new TV interview to win back public support.

The Duke previously took part in a conversation with Emily Maitlis on BBC’s Panorama.

This raised more questions than answers and the king was ridiculed online after claiming he couldn’t sweat.

The Mirror has now claimed that Andrew has been approached by two major US networks with an offer for an exclusive interview in the UK.

It reflects the approach Harry and Meghan took in using US media to share details of what their life was like within the royal family.

Friends of Prince Andrew claim he hopes to do the same and offer an in-depth look at the past few years.

A source close to the Duke told The Mirror: “Nothing is off the table. Andrew was forced to leave his job and now possibly his home.

“He feels he has little else to lose when he’s already paid an awfully high price.”

Prince Andrew Emily Maitlis

Andrew spoke to Emily Maitlis on BBC’s Newsnight in November 2019 (Image: Mark Harrison)

Meanwhile, Andrew is reportedly furious with Charles for not allowing him to wear ceremonial robes for the king’s coronation in May.

A royal source said: “To say that relations between the two brothers are a little strained at the moment would be a gross understatement.”

Charles is also reportedly toying with the idea of ​​evicting Andrew from his 30-room Royal Lodge mansion in Windsor.

Instead, he was offered Harry and Meghan’s five-bedroom Frogmore Cottage.

Prince Andrew Virginia Giuffre

Andrew settled a £12million out-of-court settlement with Virginia Giuffre last year (Image: PA)

Andrew has not set foot in the US since the FBI announced it would speak to him as a witness in the Jeffrey Epstein investigation.

The Duke now has a limited role within the royal family after being forced to step down from royal duties and lose his military and charitable positions.

He was ordered to pay Virginia £12million in an out-of-court settlement last year, despite pleading his innocence.

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