Courtney Love claims 'very flirtatious' Prince Andrew turned up at her LA house at 1am ‘looking for sex’ in 2000
In her book ‘Dirty Blonde: The Diaries of Courtney Love’, the singer described the events of the night in detail and even included a picture taken from that night at her apartment with the Prince in her book.
Courtney Love, the widow of rocker Kurt Cobain, has shocked everybody by revealing that Prince Andrew arrived at her LA home unannounced at 1 am, “looking for sex”.
The singer described the entire event as “surreal”. The Sun reported that Courtney told her friends, “I was in bed when the doorbell rang at 1 am, so put on my fluffy slippers and a dressing gown, and the Queen’s second son was standing there with a protection officer, totally unannounced. He said he had got my address from a mutual friend and was looking to have a fun night in Hollywood, and apparently, I could show him a good time. He seemed to be looking for sex and was quite flirtatious.”
Courtney met the Prince in 2000, after being introduced to him by the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein at the premiere of the movie ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ in California. A few hours later, the above encounter was said to have occurred.
In her book ‘Dirty Blonde: The Diaries of Courtney Love’, the singer described the events of the night in detail and even included a picture taken from that night at her apartment with the Prince in her book. For those who are wondering what happened between the singer and the Prince, Courtney revealed that She made the Duke of York tea from a pot with his mother's face on it.
After chatting on the sofa for around 45 minutes the prince reportedly left. They did not have sex. Love reportedly told a friend: "Of all the things that have happened in my life, this truly is one of the most surreal things." A spokesperson for the Buckingham Palace agreed that the Duke made a visit to her place, but was not alone and was with a group of friends.
In a 2006 TV interview, Courtney claimed that she met the Prince the second time, in Hay-On-Wye, while he was “looking for chicks”. At the time a spokesman for the prince admitted he visited Love's house but insisted he was not alone and said it was 'absolute nonsense' to suggest he went there looking for girls.