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Princess Beatrice 'annoyed and upset' as Netflix series 'signals difficult time ahead' for family

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The countdown to the release of Netflix's film Scoop is into its final days.The programme - which chronicles what lead up to and subsequently followed Prince Andrew's infamous Newsnight interview - premieres on the streaming giant on Friday, 5 March.

The Duke of York's sit-down talk with journalist Emily Maitlis made headlines for all the wrong reasons as he addressed his association with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.The interview - which was later dubbed a 'car crash' - featured many memorable moments, including mentions of his inability to sweat, a trip to a Pizza Express in Woking and the Duke's tendency to be “too honourable”.

Ahead of the release, former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond spoke to OK! about what we can expect from the film - as well as how members of the York family will be feeling. "[Andrew] ought to be thoroughly flattered that a showstopper like Rufus Sewell is playing him!" Jennie laughed. "There’s no doubt that it’s going to mean more embarrassment for him.The renewed publicity only shines a light again on all that has happened and that he would undoubtedly rather forget about." Jennie continued: "I don’t think he will take much solace from the fact that it has been given the Netflix treatment.

It only means that the whole story episode will now be broadcast to a wider audience than ever before. "It’s altogether very bad news for Andrew and, indeed, for his whole family.

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