What is the point of the royal family anyway?
Until recently, however, most did not know of the Queen’s blasé response upon learning the full details of his scandal.
She responded with one, simple word—intriguing.
Perhaps she knew all along and this is why she did not seem to be shocked in the slightest bit; perhaps the other, more serious, allegations about the royal family are also true…
The idea that the royal family is engaged in child exploitation and sex trafficking is nothing new and her unfazed reaction isn’t helping their image any…
More and more people seem to be lambasting the British royals in response to the cascade of scandals surrounding the once-noble family:
— John Cornelius (@johncornelius01) November 26, 2022
Prince Andrew is a pedophile, and I'm sure the royal family is racist.
When the queen died, y'all should have lit your torches and kicked them all out of Buckingham Palace. After all, it belongs to you. YOU pay for it with your taxes.
Next, head to parliament.
It's not too late. https://t.co/Yh1CFjnsvI pic.twitter.com/0PmHsXi72y
— Alison Onedaland (@AOnedaland) November 30, 2022
Daily Mail had this to report:
Prince Andrew stepped down from public life in 2019 over his friendship with the billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
He was stripped of his honorary military roles, including Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, and obliged to give up his HRH style in public.
But his mother stood by him. She loved her boy. She retained her ‘confidence’ in him.
Wow, and we were giving Prince Andrew a hard time when really he was just carrying on a long family tradition. Intriguing that I knew about Mountbatten's wife's affair with Nehru but not about his own pedophilia. https://t.co/4laX6pdocG
— Dr Una McIlvenna 💀🎶 (@UnaMcIlvenna) September 12, 2022
Wayfair selling children on their website, conspiracy. Podesta art collection, conspiracy. Epstein, conspiracy. Hunter Biden laptop, conspiracy. Belenciaga child porn documents in ad, conspiracy. Prince Andrew, conspiracy. If you don’t see it by now, you never will.
— OEF VET (@OEFvetted) December 1, 2022
Independent.UK provided more context:
The royal family’s close friend and biographer Gyles Brandreth has written a new book about life in The Firm, titled Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait.
According to an excerpt from the book, obtained by the Daily Mail, the late Queen “listened carefully” the first time Andrew “gave her a full account of the sorry saga”.
“Then the Queen, who never said more than was necessary, responded with just one word: ‘Intriguing.’”