Prince Charles has been itching to interrogate Prince Andrew, and he finally cleared his schedule to meet the Duke of York the soonest time possible.
Prince Andrew appeared in an "ill-judged" interview with BBC, during which he received plenty of criticisms. He spoke to Emily Maitlis about his friendship with pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations of sexual impropriety with then-underage Virginia Roberts.
During the said intervierw, his brother and soon-to-be-king Prince Charles was on a 12-day tour in New Zealand where he promoted the conservation and sustainability of the environment.
According to Telegraph U.K, Prince Charles kept his lips closed about the issues throughout his tour, but his silence meant something else.
As soon as he jetted back from New Zealand, the heir to the throne traveled straight to Sandringham to meet his father, Prince Philip. The Prince of Wales reportedly sought his father's advice regarding Prince Andrew's BBC interview on his involvement with Epstein and opened up about his plans to meet his brother for a "crisis meeting".
Aside talking to Prince Philip, Prince Charles also asked for a piece of advice from Sir Nicholas Soames, a grandson of Sir Winston Churchill.
Per Sunday Mirror, the Prince of Wales finally ordered and set the meeting with Prince Andrew before the accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre appears on the same BBC special. He also demanded his brother to tell him nothing but the truth, and that he does not need anything except for his honesty.
"He has told his brother to be completely upfront, open and honest with him - and if there is anything else he thinks could come out," a source exclusively revealed to the U.K-based publication.
The same report also stated that the Prince of Wales is furious at Prince Andrew's ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, who pushed the Duke of York to do the car-crash interview by giving him "false confidence".
Out of all the people inside the Royal Palace, only Prince Charles knows that the issue can get much worse in the next few days or months so he wants to resolve it as soon as possible.
On top of all that, Prince Charles made all the moves to protect what Queen Elizabeth II has done for the monarchy, and he thought that Prince Andrew is "undoing it all".
Virginia Roberts Dropped the Bomb
Before her scheduled BBC interview, Virginia Roberts (now Virginia Giuffre) publicized through "60 Minutes Australia" that she was trafficked and forced by Epstein to the "elite of the world." She also held a photo of her and Prince Andrew, which was taken in 2001, as proof of her story's authenticity.
"Prince Andrew should go to jail. I mean, is he ever going to? Probably not," Giuffre stated.
In 2015, Virginia published court claims proving her allegations, but the Royal Palace defended the prince and denied the non-sense claims four years ago.
Meanwhile, BBC released a clip from the one-hour long Panorama special one day before the scheduled televised. The victim referred to sex trafficking crimes as a "scary time" in her life.
"He knows what happened, I know what happened. And there's only one of us telling the truth," Roberts said in the clip.