Prince Andrew looks relaxed as he rides his horse in Windsor Park


Prince Andrew looked at ease today as he was pictured in Windsor Park with two grooms.

The Duke of York, 61, was joined by a male and female guard as he trotted the grounds near his Windsor home in riding gear.

The Queen’s second son wore a blue jacket, pants, helmet and gloves as he enjoyed a stroll near his home.

Prince Andrew looked at ease today as he was pictured in Windsor Park with two grooms.

He was then seen driving the Royal Lodge in Windsor, where he lives with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

The photo comes a day after Prince Charles, 72, and the Queen, 94, put the royal family behind them as they enjoyed a socially distant stroll, in the couple’s first photos together since the Sussex accused the royal family of racism in their interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Prince Andrew stepped down from royal duties in November 2019 following a disastrous interview with Newsnight and close scrutiny of his friendship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

This week, the brother of Epstein’s alleged Madame Ghislaine Maxwell claimed she would not call the so-called ‘self-destructive’ royal as a defense witness during his trial this summer.

The Duke of York, 61, was joined by a male and female guard as he trotted through the park in riding gear

The Duke of York, 61, was joined by a male and female guard as he trotted through the park in riding gear

Referring to the Duke of York’s infamous 2019 BBC TV interview, Ian Maxwell told the Daily Telegraph: “ It was the most remarkable piece of self-destruction.

“ I think he would be – as he proved in this interview – I think he’s a pretty serious hostage of fortune. I don’t think that’s going to happen.

He claimed his younger sister, 59, was a ‘victim of hate’ for being a woman and being treated much worse than convicted sex offenders such as Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby.

The Queen's second son wore a blue jacket, pants, helmet and gloves as he enjoyed a stroll near his home.

The Queen’s second son wore a blue jacket, pants, helmet and gloves as he enjoyed a stroll near his home.

Maxwell monitors suicide at a Brooklyn detention center. She is accused of conspiring with Jeffrey Epstein, her former lover, to provide her with girls as young as 14 to abuse in the 1990s.

She was also accused of participating in abuse and perjury in a civil case. Maxwell denies all the allegations.

Mr Maxwell said: ‘My sister was beaten for 280 days. It is really ludicrous.

He claimed her portrayal as a sexual predator and pimp of girls and young women was incorrect, adding that it was ‘not in her nature to do any of these things’.

He was then seen driving the Royal Lodge in Windsor, where he lives with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

He was then seen driving the Royal Lodge in Windsor, where he lives with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

Mr Maxwell’s comments came as the Duke of York faced new calls for questioning by the FBI after developments in the investigation into children’s sexuality broadened the scope of the investigation.

Maxwell, who was Epstein’s longtime business partner and former girlfriend, faces new charges of conspiracy to sex trafficking and sex trafficking of a minor in the eight-count indictment , as well as previous charges that include perjury.

An amended indictment against Maxwell now covers alleged crimes spanning 1994-2004 in New York and Florida, including charges that she paid the girl, known as Minor Victim-4, hundreds of dollars for every sex act with Epstein. The girl was 14 when the grooming began, according to the indictment.

Prince Andrew stepped down from royal duties in November 2019 following a disastrous interview with Newsnight and close scrutiny of his friendship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Prince Andrew stepped down from royal duties in November 2019 following a disastrous interview with Newsnight and close scrutiny of his friendship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles take advantage of the springtime and pose for a portrait in the garden of Frogmore House in Windsor

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles take advantage of the springtime and pose for a portrait in the garden of Frogmore House in Windsor

She had previously pleaded not guilty to helping Epstein recruit and prepare three teenage girls for sex between 1994 and 1997 in New York City. Maxwell, 59, has been held in a Brooklyn jail since her arrest last July.

The time frame of the new allegations extended between 1994 and “at least” 2004, which covers the period when Epstein associated with powerful men like Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton.

During this period, Prince Andrew became friends with Epstein and allegedly had sex three times with one of his victims, Virginia Roberts, allegations the Duke denies.

Neither Prince Andrew nor Mr Clinton are mentioned in court documents, but it greatly increases the prospect that they will both be mentioned in Maxwell’s trial.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Ghislaine Maxwell had claimed her treatment in prison was so bad that he would be ‘worthy of Hannibal Lecter’.

Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam has claimed that the conditions under which she awaits trial would be appropriate for the fictional serial killer in ‘The Silence of the Lambs’.

But they are not suitable for a “59-year-old woman who poses no threat to anyone,” Maxwell’s lawyers said.

PrinceAndrew is pictured with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts and Maxwell in 2001

Prince Andrew with Ghislaine Maxwell at Royal Ascot, Ladies Day in June 2000

Ghislaine Maxwell faces new charges at a time when Prince Andrew befriended Epstein and allegedly had sex three times with one of his victims, Virginia Roberts, allegations the Duke denies. Andrew is pictured with 17-year-old Virginia Roberts and Maxwell in 2001

They suggested she was the victim of sexism because high profile male prisoners who had been charged with serious crimes like Bill Cosby and Mafia boss John Gotti were released on bail when she was not. .

The claim was made in a 31-page document filed in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City by attorneys for Maxwell as they sought to overturn a judge’s rejection of his third release attempt on bail. bail.

Earlier this month, Judge Alison Nathan once again turned Maxwell down and said she remained at risk of absconding.

Ian Maxwell, pictured, said his sister Ghislaine was a victim of hate and was treated much worse than convicted sex offenders such as Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein.

Ian Maxwell, pictured, said his sister Ghislaine was a victim of hate and was treated much worse than convicted sex offenders such as Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein.

Maxwell, pictured with ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein, watches for suicide in a detention center

Maxwell, pictured with ex-lover Jeffrey Epstein, watches for suicide in a detention center

Maxwell’s attorneys have repeatedly and vocally complained about her treatment at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, New York, where she is being held until trial, which is due to begin in July.

They said she was losing her hair and weight because the food in the prison was not edible.

According to court documents, the water in the taps is cloudy, Maxwell is being kept in isolation and she is awakened every 15 minutes to be searched by a flashlight.

The latest allegations were made in a letter from David Oscar Markus, one of Maxwell’s attorneys, who called his conditions “nightmarish”.


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