From top: Virginia Giuffre on BBC One’s Panorama last night; Britain’s Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein in 2010
Although it aired afterwards, Giuffre was interviewed for Panorama before Prince Andrew’s Newsnight episode was recorded. Perhaps that’s for the best; now she must be taken seriously.
The lasting impression of Giuffre was her immense bravery in facing such towering institutions alone. The sheer strength she possesses is incredible. Forget Prince Andrew; when the dust settles on this, she’s the one who deserves to be remembered.
‘Prince Andrew can’t slink away from this now’ – the TV triumph of Virginia Giuffre (The Guardian)
From top: Yesterday’s New York Post’ Britain’s Queen Elzabeth and her son Prince Andrew in Balmoral, Scotland yesterday
Jeffrey Epstein kept “meticulously detailed” diaries of his friendships which could come back to haunt his powerful pals, reports claim.
The billionaire paedo, who died from an apparent suicide on Saturday, was once friends with Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
He is understood to have kept a secret diary detailing his friendships with the rich and famous as an “insurance policy”.
Meanwhile, as this tumultuous news cycle began for Andrew, he was tucked safely away at Balmoral, Queen Elizabeth’s residence in the Scottish Highlands, according to reports from The Sun, The Daily Mail and the Express. He and Ferguson presumably got word of Epstein’s suicide while at Balmoral, The Daily Mail said.
The Queen chose to sit beside the Duke of York in a car, accompanied by his daughter Princess Beatrice, on the way to church at Balmoral, Scotland, on Sunday morning. All three could be seen smiling inside the vehicle.
Jeffrey Epstein kept ‘meticulously detailed’ diaries which could come back to haunt his powerful pals including Prince Andrew (The Sun)
Jeffrey Epstein: Who is embroiled in sex scandal – and why are there conspiracy theories over his death? (Telegraph)