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Apparently it would not be safe for the royal to travel outside of his own country for now.

Bani has been heard from. It is that time of the year where he decides whether he will be coming to LA for any part of award season. He hasn't decided yet, but did say that some of his clients are worried. They aren't worried about not finding yachters but have expressed concern that the royal could become a liability as he scrambles financially. He might be willing to trade secrets for money and they want to make sure he is not trading their secrets. Apparently it would not be safe for the royal to travel outside of his own country for now.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Bani has been heard from.

It is that time of the year where he decides whether he will be coming to LA for any part of award season.

He hasn’t decided yet, but did say that some of his clients are worried.

They aren’t worried about not finding yachters but have expressed concern that the royal could become a liability as he scrambles financially.

He might be willing to trade secrets for money and they want to make sure he is not trading their secrets.

Apparently it would not be safe for the royal to travel outside of his own country for now.

Prince Andrew

Inside Prince Andrew’s Decision to Step Down From Public Duties

Before announcing on Wednesday that he would down from public duties for the foreseeable future, Prince Andrew consulted his mother, the Queen. While aides at Buckingham Palace would not confirm when the conversations took place, the Duke of York was seen at the palace yesterday for the first time since his interview with the BBC. Aides said the Queen, who put on a stoic face at an official engagement in London this evening, gave her blessing.

Aides have said that Andrew will be stepping down as patron from his 200-odd charities, some of whom were wavering over their loyalty to Duke following Andrew’s disastrous interview with the BBC’s Newsnight. Since the program aired a number of sponsors have pulled out of Andrew’s business initiative Pitch @ Palace, while numerous charities have moved to distance themselves from the Duke.

Andrew agreed to sit down with the BBC’s Emily Maitlis for the hour-long special on the advice of his private office. It was hoped that the program would enable him to clear his name and continue his public role, but the PR strategy backfired, and the Duke came across as unapologetic for his friendship with the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

During the interview, Andrew reiterated his denials of Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s allegations that she was made to have sex with the prince on three occasions when she was just 17. He claimed he cannot remember meeting her or being photographed with her. He also claimed he met Epstein through Epstein’s girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, in the late 90s, but on Wednesday, the Times published a letter from a former private secretary suggesting that the friendship started with Epstein in the early 90s. – Source