"He's been invited for lunch. He was invited last year at Sandringham for Christmas lunch, but I don't think we'll see him go to church with everyone when they're outside, people could start shouting and all those things," royal expert Angela Levin told an outlet.
"It's coming out right at the beginning of January, and it's anyone who's had anything to do with him, and it will be a huge revelation. Apparently, some of the names are extremely well known and will shock us all, but we know that one of the names is, of course, Prince Andrew, and it's going to ruin his Christmas and maybe the whole royal family's," she added.
Levin continued: "I mean, he paid out £12million to Virginia Giuffre, saying that he'd never met her and hoped that it would all go away. But we know it hasn't gone away at all. She's been determined to get more people to be accused when they have behaved so badly."
This insight follows the news of U.S. Judge Loretta Preska's decision that Prince Andrew groping accuser Johanna Sjoberg's court files be unsealed for public view after the new year. Some 150 other people mentioned in the documents will also be identified when the papers are revealed. Anyone wishing not to be publicly named has less than two weeks to appeal to the court. These individuals are reported to be associates of the deceased pedophile, abuse victims, some of Jeffrey Epstein's former employees, and others connected to the case.
The Duke of York has denied the allegations, but this has done little to sidetrack his seemingly endless tsunami of negative press attention since Virginia Giuffre accused him of sexual assault in 2019. Giuffre was one of Epstein's victims procured by his imprisoned associate, Ghislaine Maxwell.
The news comes amid a fledgling "rehabilitation" campaign by some of Prince Andrew's friends that attempted to revamp the royal disgrace's public image. In addition to this, the eighth in line to the throne seems to have King Charles's support behind the scenes, but certainly not in public.
"Prince Andrew has been trying lately to get back and to do something for the family, and King Charles has been very firm and said absolutely not, and I think he must be quite relieved about that. I think he will keep very hidden and quite right too. And it's quite interesting because if you look at the amount of money that he spent, absolutely saying he didn't know her and not saying he was guilty in any way, these things don't work necessarily. They bounce back and back again and again and again," Levin concluded.
GBN interviewed Levin.