Along with large parts of the world sat Ulla Terkelsen ready, when the british skandaleprins Andrew would try and explain themselves out of its relationship to the rufferidømte Jeffrey Epstein.
the Interview, which aired on the BBC, has got the opposite effect, and the TV 2-the correspondent has a good example of why.
The royal balances, according to a column in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten of the seasoned journalist on a narrow beam, where they are both exalted, but also to ridicule because of their extremely privileged lifestyle, and anchoring to the story.
Precisely, it was the interview, an expression of the.
’I saw the whole BBC interview with him, when it was sent the first time and was shaken on the edge of a wing chair in my home in France, and did not believe it was true, what I saw and heard,’ writes Ulla Terkelsen, among other things.
Prince Andrew is in addition to his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein even in the spotlight, as one of Epsteins former 'sex slaves' have accused the prince of exploiting her sexually three times, when she was just 17 years old.
Ulla Terkelsen put through the whole of his column finger on why the interview with prince Andrew ended so disastrously for him, which among other things has meant that he has had to withdraw from all his official duties, and several of the organizations and businesses, he was the patron of, has withdrawn from the cooperation.
the Interview has also cost him a place in the management of an investment company, which he founded in 2014, and where he got two percent of all earnings on investments in the tech.
the Prince has for many years been a part of one of the world's richest families – but have still not been able to afford to pay for a hotel when he traveled over to Epstein, after this was convicted of pimping, in order to end their friendship, emphasises Ulla Terkelsen.
She called it ’grotesque’, that prince Andrew was living with Jeffrey Epstein in five days during his visit in New York - something he has since regretted.
You could possibly believe that the prince could have paid for a hotel room and room service, or perhaps could have stayed at the british consul general in the city, so he had not put himself in the stressful situation, consider Ulla Terkelsen.Updated Date: 24 November 2019, 00:00