Prince Andrew has been widely panned for his recent disastrous interview with the BBC in which he defended his relationship with billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The interview was filled with bizarre gaffes on the Prince’s part, but one of the strangest of them all was his alleged alibi that it was impossible that he had had sex with Epstein ‘sex slave’ Virginia Roberts on the night she claims because he was at a ‘pizza party.’
As Business Insider reports:
But in Prince Andrew’s interview with the BBC that aired Saturday, he insisted he had “no recollection” of ever meeting Giuffre.
He zeroed in on one alleged encounter that Giuffre has said occurred in London on March 10, 2001. He said he recalled being at a Pizza Express that day, and not out dining and dancing with Giuffre, as she alleged…
The BBC’s Emily Maitlis pressed him on his story: “Why would you remember that so specifically?Why would you remember a Pizza Express birthday and being at home?”
Prince Andrew replied, “Because going to Pizza Express in Woking is an unusual thing for me to do. A very unusual thing for me to do. I’ve only been to Woking a couple of times and I remember it weirdly distinctly.”
— ITV News (@itvnews) November 16, 2019
The claim is genuinely bizarre, leaving aside the question of how he could even remember such a peculiar alleged event, why does ‘pizza’ play such a strong role in his memory?
Is it possible that this term is more significant than the Prince is letting on?