Meghan Markle may be called to testify in Prince Andrew's sexual assault case

Meghan Markle may be called to testify in Prince Andrew's sexual assault case

The trial of Prince Andrew will normally take place on January 4, 2022. As a reminder, the third child of Queen Elizabeth II is accused of rape and sexual assault by Virginia Roberts Giuffre. During the hearing, a certain Meghan Markle could take the stand to testify.
During this new trial, the Duke of York will know if the charges against him will be dropped or not. Determined to put an end to this case, the ex-husband of Sarah Ferguson, could be confronted with the testimony of Meghan Markle. The wife of Prince Harry could be called to the stand and play an important role in this scandal that shakes the British royal family. This information was revealed by the victim's lawyer in the columns of the Daily Beast. Because of her past association with him, she may very well have important knowledge.
 
The Duchess of Sussex could provide new evidence to support Virginia Roberts Giuffre's claim. She was at least for a time a close associate of Prince Andrew. So she probably saw what he did and perhaps if not what he did when he heard people talking about it, says the famous 80-year-old adviser, David Boies. He therefore has blind faith in Archie and Lilibet's mother. She can only tell the truth. This testimony could also create further discord between the royal family and the couple who moved to the United States.
 
Queen Elizabeth II will not see much of her favorite son during the holiday season. Prince Andrew is devoted body and soul to prepare the defense of his trial. As reported by the tabloid The Mirror, the Duke of York is incredibly stressed. A source close to the royal family says he is totally exhausted by his legal battle. He reportedly spends most nights talking to his California-based lawyer. In addition to the accusations against him, the brother of Prince Charles is also concerned about the astronomical cost of legal fees, paid by his mother, the British sovereign.