PRINCE ANDREW HAS LUNCH WITH QUEEN AFTER FLEEING TO BALMORAL TO AVOID BEING SERVED SEX ASSAULT PAPERS
Prince Andrew held lunchtime talks with the Queen yesterday after travelling 500 miles to avoid a sex abuse lawsuit.
The Duke of York, 61, spent 90 minutes with his mum at a fishing lodge on her private Balmoral estate.
There have been “multiple attempts” to serve him with papers from paedo Jeffrey Epstein’s former sex slave Virginia Giuffre.
Yesterday, the Duke arrived at the secluded forest six miles from Balmoral Castle supported by security shortly before 1pm.
Her Majesty was seen an hour and a half later leaving the lodge, which was owned by the Queen Mum.
Andrew, often described as the Queen’s favourite son, was not seen departing. A source said: “He was nowhere to be seen. His driver then left alone in his Range Rover.
“He must have gone out via the back door because he had been made aware of a photographer.
“The Queen looked very relaxed and wasn’t concerned about having her picture taken. Clearly, Andrew is far more eager to avoid the spotlight.”