Queen puts on brave face, in private it's different: Dickie Arbiter on PrinceAndrew royal crisis
GOOD MORNING BRITAIN hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid welcomed the Queen’s former press secretary, Dickie Arbiter , onto the show to talk about Prince Andrew ’s interview with Emily Maitlis for Newsnight. He explained in response, the Queen would put on a brave face but in private it would be a different story.
“But in private, she will really want to know what is going on and I don’t think she’s getting answers.”
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