Meghan found Prince Andrew unpleasant the first time she met him, sees him as the 'ultimate embarassing uncle'

Markle, who along with husband Prince Harry gave up her position as a senior royal and moved to Canada to start a new life last month, is said to have thought of Andrew as an "embarrassing uncle." 


                            Meghan found Prince Andrew unpleasant the first time she met him, sees him as the 'ultimate embarassing uncle'
Prince Harry with Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew (Getty Images)

Meghan Markle will not be missing Prince Andrew, especially after the debacle of an interview with BBC Newsnight over his connections with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, sources have claimed. Meghan, who along with husband Prince Harry,gave up her position as a senior royal and moved to Canada to start a new life last month, is said to have thought of Andrew as an "embarrassing uncle." 

Royal sources have claimed to The Sun, "Put it this way, she doesn’t view Andrew as one  of the Family’s great assets and he’s not going to be one of the people she’s going to miss on her time away from the Windsors. She views him as the ultimate embarrassing uncle." 

Sources have said that Markle was deeply troubled after hearing what Andrew had to say in the interview about his friendship with Epstein - where the Duke of York had gone on to say it was a "positive act to have sex with somebody." The source also said that she had found him unpleasant even when they met for the first time. 

"Meghan is not enamored of Andrew at all. Not just because of his questionable attitude to women and how he referred to them in that awful Newsnight interview, in which he was talking in an almost alien language as if all women were conquests. Meeting the real Andrew was even worse - she told a friend that she couldn’t see the attraction - he wasn’t exactly welcoming to her and that he was stuffy and pompous. And that he kept on making awful, puerile jokes - which he seemed to find hilarious."

Last week, prosecutors from the US insisted that they wanted to talk to Andrew but had received no cooperation on his end. Top U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman said in a statement that they along with the FBI had contacted Andrew for an interview but had received zero cooperation even though he had publicly offered to help with the investigation. Sources close to Andrew slammed the claims. 

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