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Sun: Britain’s Prince Andrew wants to write autobiography to restore his reputation

MOSCOW, March 26 – RIA Novosti. Britain’s Prince Andrew wants to write an autobiography to restore his reputation informs Sun newspaper, citing the source.

According to the publication, sources dubbed Prince Andrew’s autobiography “Reserve 2.0” because they started talking about it after Prince Harry’s “Reserve” memory “shake the royal family.”

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Citing the publication’s sources, “Prince Andrew wants to write an explosive and intimate autobiography of royal life called ‘Reserve 2.0’ to try to repair his shattered reputation.”

According to a newspaper source, everyone close to Prince Andrew says it’s a “stupid idea” and he should forget about it.

The autobiography of Prince Harry, co-written by American author John Joseph Moringer, officially hit the shelves of foreign bookstores on January 10, 2023. Even before its official release, “Spare” gained a scandalous reputation due to Prince Harry’s revelations, including those related to the British royal family. In the book, the Duke of Sussex, who calls himself a minor family member – “reserve” – ​​details the details of his personal life, how he killed 25 people while serving in Afghanistan, and conflicts within the family.

Britain’s Prince Andrew became infamous for being accused of rape by human rights activist Virginia Giuffre. She claimed that the Duke of York raped her in London when she was 17. The media reported that in March last year, Prince Andrew paid compensation to Giuffre and the case was stopped, but the prince himself pleaded not guilty. It was noted that the compensation could reach 12 million liras. This happened after Andrew and Giuffre reached a pre-trial settlement. Against the backdrop of scandal sparked by the allegations and the subsequent lawsuit, Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Andrew had been deprived of honorary military ranks and royal patronage.

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