'Horrible' Prince Andrew had 'revolving door' of women entering his bedroom, claims ex-royal officer

'Horrible' Prince Andrew had 'revolving door' of women entering his bedroom, claims ex-royal officer
The scandalous accusations made against Prince Andrew were addressed in the recent documentary 'Prince Andrew: Banished' (Julian Finney/British Athletics via Getty Images)

BERKSHIRE, ENGLAND: On Wednesday, October 5, Peacock aired the world premiere of a new documentary titled 'Prince Andrew: Banished', which is about the disgraced Duke of York. Along with numerous other royal insiders, Paul Page, who was in charge of the protection of the royals from 1994 to 2004, contributed to the documentary with some of his observations. 

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The documentary examines the "tumultuous and complex" relationship of the British royal with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Insiders from the palace, journalists, a press secretary for the monarch, people from Andrew's social circle, and the legal team that brought the terrible accusations against the fallen prince to light are all interviewed for the documentary. "We used to have a joke that he should have a revolving door in his bedroom," Page spoke about the disgraced royal.

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Page was allegedly shocked by the sheer volume of women that came to see Prince Andrew in his private quarters. He said, "The amount of women going in and out of there, it was just literally every other day someone would be coming in to see him... a different one every time."

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Page opened up about one time when a woman came and informed the officers that she was there to meet Andrew. The officers, however, were unable to let her in until they had authorization from his staff. The woman then proposed calling Andrew personally.

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Page said, "We could hear the conversation. He said, 'Put one of the officers on.' One of my colleagues took the phone. He shouted at the top of his voice, 'You listen to me, you fat, lardy*a** c**t. If you don't let my guest in, I'm going to come down there.'" He claimed that the embarrassed mystery woman went right to Andrew's chambers.

"You would think a member of the royal family would have some kind of decorum and respect for the staff that are there and paid to protect them and look after them. [With Andrew], there’s just none, none at all. He's just a horrible person. He's a bully," Page said.

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The Independent reported that Page received a prison sentence in 2009 for a multimillion-dollar property scam. Prior to that, he gave commentary for the ITV documentary 'Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile'.

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The controversy surrounding the lawsuit filed by a Jeffrey Epstein victim caused Andrew, who many have referred to as "the Queen's favorite son", to have his honorary military postings withdrawn in January. The Queen also prohibited him from using the title "His Royal Highness" in official contexts and revoked his honorary leadership of several charities and well-known patronages.

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Prince Andrew attends the Sunday Service at the Royal Chapel on April 11, 2021 in Windsor, England. (Photo by Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Prince Andrew attends the Sunday Service at the Royal Chapel on April 11, 2021, in Windsor, England (Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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