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Meghan Markle was “shocked” by Prince Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview, according to a report published on Friday.
The Duchess of Sussex, was to upset by the manner in which the 59-year-old duke has denied having sex with Jeffrey Epstein ‘ s alleged teen victim in Virginia, Robert Giuffre, sources have told The Telegraph.
Markle — who is working with a charity to support sexual abuse survivors felt “uneasy” as to Prince Andrew, told me that he could not sleep with the then 17-year-old girl as a sex, for men, it is an “affirmative action”, according to the outlet.
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The paper, which is not a direct quote, the sources further adds that Markle’s team was also put off by the comment.
Meghan Markle, left, was said to be “shocked” by Prince Andrew’s, on the right, the interview is about his relationship with the family of the offender, Jeffrey Epstein.
During the BBC interview, from the journalist Emily Maitlis asked Prince Andrew if he had ever had sex with, Giuffre, or “a young woman was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein.”
He said, “no, No, and no, that is too fine a point on it, if you’re a man, it is a positive action in order to have sex with someone else. You will need to take some kind of affirmative action, and, if so, if you are trying to get it out of our minds very, very hard to try and be positive, take action, and I don’t know anything.”
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Earlier this week, the Duke was kicked out of his offices at Buckingham Palace, on to the “car crash” of an interview.
He was accused of having sex with Giuffre in 2001, when she was just 17-years-old.
This article was originally published in the New York Post.