Prince Andrew did not set a good trap in the BBC television interview in November: The conversation with journalist Emily Maitlis (49) about the allegations of abuse made against him in the Epstein affair is known to the British as “car crash interview” because he does so had hit the wall properly.
But he was obviously more than satisfied with it. At least shortly afterwards. This was revealed by the BBC presenter on Radio Times.
“I had the impression that he was definitely happy with it,” says Maitlis, who did not see the public outcry that the interview caused.
Journalist praised Prince Andrew’s openness
The Duke of York was rather ridiculous in the conversation. More and more details came to light, which meant that he resigned from office as a member of the British royal family. The BBC journalist says that was never her goal. «The interview was not an attempt to saw off the royals. It should only be a chance to understand the case. »
She also praised the 59-year-old’s openness because he asked himself the situation and the tough questions.
(Leg / SDA)