SARAH Ferguson and Princess Beatrice were spotted looking depressed just days after Prince Andrew struck a deal with Virginia Giuffre.
Fergie, 62, looked stressed as she left Windsor – as did her daughter, 33, in London – after the Duke settled the alleged £12million sex abuse case.
Beatrice looked upset while walking around London last week amid her father’s legal case.
Despite looking stressed, the mother-of-one and the Queen’s granddaughter looked elegant in a black coat with gold details.
And her mother, Fergie, also looked heartbroken in her Range Rover as she left Windsor following her ex-husband’s sensational sexual abuse settlement.
This comes as The Sun reveals Prince Andrew will be using LOAN family to finance his £12 million financial settlement with Virginia Giuffre.
Prince Charles convinced his disgraced brother to pay his sex abuse accuser, it claims.
Royal sources said the heir to the throne met the Queen last Tuesday at Windsor Castle and then wrote to his younger brother urging him to “see meaning”.
According to sources close to the prince, the 61-year-old Duke of York is still waiting for the proceeds of his £17m Swiss chalet – with the sale expected to close. to “within weeks”.
That means Charles, 73, and the Queen, 95, will instead dip into their personal funds to ensure Andrew can make payments and make charitable contributions ahead of the March 17 deadline.
Andrew will be required to pay back his “bridging loan” as he settles his troubled finances.
The remarkable change comes just three weeks after Andrew asked for a New York sex abuse jury trial to declare the case “a marathon not a sprint.” .
A royal source said: “The day of his descent was the last straw of all the last straws. Charles and the Queen could not see him deposed.
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“They shut it down as soon as the date is over. It’s also a case of soft love – they’re saving Andrew from himself.
“Andrew famously thought his Newsnight interview went well. They didn’t let him get screwed by a lawyer. They were also anxious to see how much money would be left from the sale of the bungalow.
“Charles has written to Andrew asking him to ‘see meaning.’ Charles and the Queen have prepared a bridging loan so that Andrew’s lawyers can confidently make an offer.”
“This means it will be gone before his downfall on 10 March and, importantly, before thanksgiving for the Duke of Edinburgh, whom Andrew will be attending as a family member.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17681822/princess-beatrice-sarah-ferguson-prince-andrew-downcast/ Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson fell apart just days after Prince Andrew settled in Virginia Giuffre