Prince Andrew is back in the public eye and can’t seem to escape the scandals. His life changed the day he gave the unfortunate interview for the BBC in 2019. There, the son of Queen Elizabeth tried to justify his friendship with the convicted pedophile and sexual abuse Jeffrey Epstein.
From that interview, Prince Andrew’s image went in decline to the point of abandoning his royal duties and disappearing from the media spotlight.
The controversial photo of Prince Andrew
Now, a new shadow falls on Prince Andrew, a concern for him and for the royal family as Mark Harrison a renowned photographer has a very compromising photo of the son of Queen Elizabeth II.
As the professional cameraman tells the Daily Mail, on the day of Prince Andrew’s interview with BBC journalist Emily Maitlis for the ‘Newsnight’ program he was present and managed to capture a photograph of the prince that would “shake the monarchy” if ever published.
The photo could be in the movie ‘Scoop’.
Mark has claimed that the photograph could appear in the movie ‘Scoop’, which will focus on how the BBC got the interview that sank Prince Andrew.
The production of Scoop is scheduled to begin in November and will be scripted by Peter Moffat, produced by Hilary Salmon and it is rumored that Hugh Grant could play the son of Queen Elizabeth II.
It should be noted that ‘Scoop’ will be largely based on the book ‘Scoops: Behind the Scenes of BBC’s Most Shocking Interviews’, by former ‘Newsnight’ producer Sam McAlister.
Harrison has caused much intrigue as he has not revealed what is seen in the image, but did explain what his reaction was to discovering what he had in his possession.
“We were dumbfounded when we saw it. It would cause Andrew a lot of embarrassment, and imagine how high the bar has to be to cause him embarrassment after everything that’s happened.”
The photographer claims that only a few people have seen the controversial photo and that there is a chance it could come out very soon “if the price is right.”
“Only a few people have seen it, but it would be a big problem for the royal family. There is a lot more of that day that is not yet in the public domain,” the Harrison said.