Prince Andrew may write a book to clear his name and repair damage.
Analysts believe he will join Harry in his quest for vengeance.
He is also considering overturning the out-of-court settlement.
There are rumours and forecasts that Prince Andrew is intending to write a book in order to clear his name and repair the damage done by the se* scandal.
There are also allegations that Britain’s new King Charles’s younger brother is considering overturning the out-of-court settlement he agreed with his accuser Virginia Giuffre last year.
However, a royal source has stated that Andrew will not dishonour the royal family even if he writes his autobiography.
Andrew, Sarah Ferguson’s husband and the father of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, has no plans to oppose his own royal kin, according to a reliable source.
“If Andrew ever mulls writing an autobiography, which’s not confirmed yet, would not hurl insults at his own family. The Duke instead may try to clear his image and share some bitter truth about his personal life that would have nothing to do with the rest of royals.”
Some analysts believe that Andrew will join Harry in his quest for vengeance against Charles, and that he will write his own memoir. According to a “long-time friend” of the Duke, he may try to restore his reputation by putting pen to paper.
“He would never have considered it while his mother was alive but it would be the perfect riposte now. Of course, the royals wouldn’t like it, but Fergie did hers and wasn’t ostracised — and as for Harry, they are even now talking about family reconciliation.”
It comes amid claims that he is considering overturning the out-of-court deal he negotiated with his accuser last year.
Andrew appears to be influenced by his ex-wife Sarah, with whom he has maintained a positive relationship throughout the years. Since the divorce was finalised in 1996, the Duchess of York has also authored two autobiographies.
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