The heir to the throne, Prince Charles, has been inadvertently mixed up with his brother’s ongoing and sordid sex scandal.
Brit broadcaster BBC made the mistake on a report on its Newsnight program when presenter Kirsty Wark confused Prince Charles for his brother Prince Andrew.
Over footage of Prince Andrew walking alongside journalist Emily Maitlis, Wark said: “The Prince Charles sexual assault case can now go ahead, says the judge. But will the public humiliation force him to settle out of court?”
Prince Andrew is presently being sued in a US court for allegedly having sex with Virginia Roberts Giuffre who maintains she was 17 and a minor at the time.
Wark was soon made aware of her error and later corrected herself to viewers.
— David (@Zero_4) January 12, 2022
But not before keen eyed viewers took to social media to relish in the newsreader’s blunder.
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