‘Prince Andrew was excruciating’: Tory MP’s spouse Sasha Swire states Duke of York spoke about ‘how amazing he was’ when she attended formal meal in 2011
- Woman Swire’s diaries speak of her encounter with Prince Andrew at meal in 2011
- He ‘made it clear’ that he and Prince Charles were being engaged in a ‘power struggle’
- The prince reportedly gave an ‘excruciating’ diatribe about ‘how amazing he was’
Prince Andrew gave an ‘excruciating’ diatribe about ‘how amazing he was’ at a meal, according to Woman Swire’s diaries.
She also states he spoke about how desperate he was to make sure that his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have royal roles.
Sasha Swire encountered him at an formal meal in 2011 at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.
Woman Swire (centre left with Hugo Sire, Margaret Thatcher and Woman Miloska Nott) describes in her diaries her encounter with Prince Andrew at a meal in 2011 at Hillsborough Castle
All through the night the prince manufactured very clear that he and his brother, Prince Charles, were being engaged in a ‘power struggle’ in just the Royal Household.
She describes the meal with twenty regional businessmen, declaring: ‘I have to say, Prince Andrew chairing the spherical the desk discussion is excruciatingly unpleasant to observe.
‘I sat there attempting to hear to how amazing he was when all I am observing is him in swimming shorts, attending topless pool events at Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion.’
She provides: ‘It is very clear there is a energy wrestle getting position amongst him and Prince Charles. A good deal of Andrew’s uncomfortable friendships with oligarchs, and his imploring any one who will hear to bail out his spouse, has strained their partnership.
She claims that Prince Andrew gave an ‘excruciating’ diatribe about ‘how amazing he was’ at the meal and made very clear that he and Prince Charles, were being engaged in a ‘power struggle’
‘To illustrate this, he tells us about a misunderstanding around a grand piano.’
Andrew’s tricky partnership with his brother and the potential king is very well documented.
Charles has extended campaigned for a slimmed-down monarchy, with Beatrice and Eugenie really considerably sidelined.
She also describes the at the rear of the scenes action in the Royal Box at The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, where the Duchess of Cornwall, whom she describes as ‘incredibly friendly’, acquired on like a dwelling on hearth with Mr Cameron.