Joan Collins: Prince Andrew brought very pretty girl to dinner party

Dame Joan Collins reveals she played ‘What Have You Never Done’ with ‘very nice’ Prince Andrew at a dinner party hosted by AA Gill in the ’80s which he attended with a ‘very pretty girl’

  • Dame Joan Collins revealed she met Prince Andrew a few times at dinner parties
  • Said Andrew brought a ‘very pretty girl’ to dinner party hosted by AA Gill in 80s 
  • Revealed Duke of York confessed he had ‘never been to a supermarket’
  • Comes as it emerged Me did not speak to Virginia Roberts before dropping its probe into claims she was flown to London by Jeffrey Epstein for sex with Prince

Dame Joan Collins has revealed she met Prince Andrew ‘a few times’ at dinner parties throughout the 1980s – including one hosted by AA Gill  where the Duke of York brought a ‘very pretty girl’.

The actress, 88, spoke to Richard Madeley and Sussana Reid on Good Morning Britain today to discuss her upcoming memoir where she revealed the Queen’s second son was ‘jolly’ ‘very nice’ and ‘self-deprecating’.

She revealed she dined with Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York a few times,  and Andrew told her he had ‘never been to a supermarket’.

Describing Joan as a ‘doyenne of dinner parties’ , Richard asked ‘Now, you’ve had dinner with Prince Andrew, obviously there’s things we can’t say about Andrew here but how did you find him?’

Joan replied: ‘I’ve met him a few times was with Sarah [Ferguson] with his wife, they came to dinner at my flat a few times in the 80s.

Dame Joan Collins has revealed she met Prince Andrew ‘a few times’ at dinner parties throughout the 1980s – including one hosted by AA Gill where the Duke of York brought a ‘very pretty girl’


Joan, pictured this morning, revealed she dined with Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York a few times, and Andrew told her he had ‘never been to a supermarket’

‘And he came to this party dinner party a small dinner party that Adrian Gill [the writer AA Gill] had.

‘And he came with a very pretty girl. And he was very nice’.

Joan added that while meeting Andrew they played a game called ‘What Have We Never Done’ where the duke shared he’d never been to a supermarket.   

‘We played a game, he was jolly and self deprecating,.

‘We played this game, What Have You Never Done. And I can’t remember what I said, but he said, he said, “I’ve never been in the supermarket.’

The Duke of York, 61, has been embroiled in scandal this year due to his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein. 

Joan revealed she dined with Andrew (pictured) and his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York a few times, and Andrew told her he had ‘never been to a supermarket’.

The Duke of York, 61, has been embroiled in scandal this year due to his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein. He is pictured in 1986

It emerged this week the Metropolitan Police did not speak to Virginia Roberts before dropping its probe into claims she was flown to London by Jeffrey Epstein for sex with Prince Andrew,.

Andrew, who lives at Royal Lodge in Windsor, was photographed behind the wheel of his Range Rover this week morning as he broke cover following the latest dramatic development in the case on Sunday night. 

Officers had looked at the case again after Ms Roberts lodged in a US lawsuit, including claims of ‘rape in the first degree’. But while detectives spoke to Andrew’s £1,000-an-hour team, they did not speak to Virginia, now known as Virginia Giuffre and living in Australia.

It emerged this week the Metropolitan Police did not speak to Virginia Roberts before dropping its probe into claims she was flown to London by Jeffrey Epstein for sex with Prince Andrew, Andrew is pictured with Virginia and Ghislaine Maxwell 

Joan added that while meeting Andrew they played a game called ‘What Have We Never Done’ where the duke shared he’d never been to a supermarket. She is pictured today 

Andrew is facing a civil lawsuit in the US after Miss Roberts accused him of ‘rape in the first degree’, and said she was abused by him in London after a visit to Tramp nightclub in Mayfair. Andrew has always vehemently denied the claims and his legal team is seeking to get the US case thrown out.

The Metropolitan Police had previously examined the allegations by Miss Roberts, now known as Virginia Giuffre, against the Duke but did not open a full investigation, saying the case was a matter for the US authorities.

After the civil lawsuit was filed in New York, Met Commissioner Cressida Dick said she had asked her officers to review the claim, adding: ‘No one is above the law.’

But a Met spokesman said last night: ‘As a matter of procedure, MPS officers reviewed a document released in August 2021 as part of a US civil action. This review has concluded and we are taking no further action.’

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