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HOUSE OF WINDSOR
AND THE WINDSORS' PARTNERSHIP WITH GLOBAL
Prince Andrew 'steps down': Queen puts on a brave face as she attends event just an hour after Duke announced he is 'stepping back from public duties for the foreseeable future' over Epstein affair
- Prince Andrew this evening admitted that his friendship with Epstein has become a distraction for the Royals
- He says that he is now willing to assist any law enforcement agencies investigating the paedophile's crimes
- Follows Newsnight interview in which he denied having sex with trafficked teenager Virginia Roberts
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The Queen has given permission for the Duke of York to 'step back from public duties for the foreseeable future' amid criticism over his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, the duke said in a statement.
Prince Andrew this evening issued a statement saying it had become clear to him that his friendship with the billionaire paedophile had caused 'major disruption' to the Royal Family's work.
He also said that he is willing to help 'any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations' into the sex offender, who killed himself in prison while facing sex trafficking charges.
As Andrew revealed he would be stepping down, the Queen put on a brave face as she presented Sir David Attenborough with an award for his Blue Planet II series.
It comes after the Duke was today seen for the first time since his disastrous BBC Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis on Saturday about Epstein which caused a furious public backlash.
He was forced to cancel a visit to the flood-hit towns of Fishlake and Stainforth, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, yesterday. A source said his trip – which was not publicised in advance – was scrapped as a result of the fall-out.
The Duke had told Maitlis in his appearance that he did not have sex with Virginia Roberts, who says she slept with him when she was 17.
Ms Roberts, now Mrs Giuffre, was trafficked by Epstein and picture shows the prince stood with her in 2001. Prince Andrew told Maitlis he had met Epstein through the since-disgraced financier's girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, 'back in 1999', and it has been suggested that it is her London house in which he was pictured with Roberts.
But a letter written to The Times newspaper in March 2011 by the Duke's then-private secretary Alastair Watson suggests he may have met Epstein years earlier.
Major Watson, who spent nine years in the role of Andrew's private secretary, was writing to the newspaper countering claims the duke was friends with Saif Gaddafi.
But, in a now key passage, he wrote: 'There has been widespread comment on the duke's relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
'The duke has known Mr Epstein since being introduced to him in the early 1990s. The insinuations and innuendos that have been made in relation to the duke are without foundation.'
The duke denied he slept with Ms Roberts on three separate occasions, twice while she was underage, saying one encounter in 2001 did not happen as he spent the day with his daughter Princess Beatrice, taking her to Pizza Express in Woking for a party.
The same alleged sexual liaison, which the American said began with the royal sweating heavily as they danced at London nightclub Tramp, was factually wrong as the duke said he had a medical condition at the time which meant he did not sweat.
He cast doubt on the authenticity of the picture that appears to show Andrew with his arm around the waist of Mrs Giuffre, when she was teenager.
Five multi-million pound businesses have cut ties with Prince Andrew's Dragons' Den-inspired charity and three more are now considering dumping the crisis-hit Royal since the interview aired.
The University of Huddersfield is the only organisation to vocally back their Chancellor - but this has sparked insurrection among students who are lobbying Andrew to resign with a 'Not my Chancellor' campaign on campus and a major vote later this week.
And London Metropolitan University told MailOnline this afternoon they will review whether to keep Andrew as a patron at its next Board of Governors meeting on Tuesday, November 26.
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