Prince Andrew seemed to have an attitude when he was in the kitchen, Darren McGrady, who used to work for the royal family, claims in Chris Hutchins' 2013 book.
“Andrew always came straight to the point and told you exactly what he wanted," he claimed. “Whereas Prince Harry had been taught to say ‘Please may I have...' Andrew would bark, ‘Where are my mangoes? I want my mangoes.'"
On the other hand, Princess Diana made sure that her sons, Harry and Prince William, were brought up with exemplary manners.
“[Diana] would often bring William and Harry down to the kitchen to say thank you after a meal they’d enjoyed," the cooking fanatic said. “[Sarah Ferguson] Fergie was always trying to copy her. She would do it with Beatrice and Eugenie. But it was so obvious that she was just trying to be Diana. Plus, she’d get the names of the chefs wrong.”
“I’m not surprised that Harry has turned out to be the same as Diana. She doted on him," McGrady added.
At the moment, Prince Andrew is in hot water as he is currently being sued by Virginia Roberts, who claims that he allegedly raped her when she was 17 years old.
However, the royal is trying to get the case dismissed, as Roberts no longer lives in the United States.
It's unclear how the case will affect his status going forward.
“If he loses the case, the question is: what do you do with him?” a source told The Sunday Times. “You can’t make him resign like you would a normal person but he would be asked to put his dukedom into abeyance.”
“Andrew is still patron of a heck of a lot of charities and they would have to go as well. He couldn’t go abroad because of the risk of extradition so there would have to be a form of internal exile. He would need to scale back on his housing," the insider added.