Meghan Markle was "horrified" by parts of Prince Andrew's now-infamous BBC interview, according to reports. In the interview, the 59-year-old denied having sex with Jeffrey Epstein's teenage sex-trafficking victims.
Meghan works with charities that support female sexual abuse survivors, and reportedly felt "uncomfortable" when he said he'd remember sleeping with a 17-year-old girl because sex, for men, is a "positive act."
Andrew explained: "No, and without putting too fine a point on it, if you're a man it is a positive act to have sex with somebody. You have to take some sort of positive action and so therefore if you try to forget it's very difficult to try and forget a positive action and I do not remember anything."
Andrew has been ousted from his offices at Buckingham Palace in the wake of the scandal. He has also been asked to step down as patron of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. He was accused of sleeping with Virginia Roberts Giuffre in 2001 when she was 17.
In new reports, Epstein's housekeeper, Deidre Stratton, claims Andrew was given a "beautiful young neurosurgeon" to spend time with when he stayed at his ranch in New Mexico.
Stratton said: "At the time, Jeffrey had this, she supposedly was a neurosurgeon, quite young, beautiful, young and brilliant, and she stayed in the home with him... At one point we had all these different teas and you could pick the teas that you wanted and she asked me to find one that would make Andrew more horny."
"I'm guessing she understood her job was to entertain him because I guess, the fear, I don't know; the fear would be that Andrew would say, ‘No I didn't really find her that attractive.' ... He would tell Jeffrey that and then she would be on the ropes."