Prince Andrew has strenuously denied assault claims and remains stripped of his honorary military titles
Prince Andrew has strenuously denied assault claims and remains stripped of his honorary military titles DPA via AFP / SWEN PFÖRTNER


  • A new documentary, "Prince Andrew: Banished," is available on Peacock starting Wednesday
  • The documentary explores the disgraced Duke of York's tumultuous and complex life
  • A former protection officer said Prince Andrew should have had a revolving door in his bedroom

A new documentary revealed explosive and shocking details about Queen Elizabeth's disgraced son, Prince Andrew.

Paul Page, a former royal protection officer from 1994 to 2004, spoke about the fallen royal Duke of York in the new documentary "Prince Andrew: Banished," which became available for streaming on Peacock Wednesday. The documentary explores the "tumultuous and complex" life of King Charles' sibling and his connection to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

"We used to have a joke that he should have a revolving door in his bedroom," Page said of Prince Andrew, Fox News reported. "The amount of women going in and out of there, it was just literally every other day someone would be coming in to see him ... a different one every time."

He recounted a time when a woman showed up and told the officers that she was there to meet Prince Andrew. However, they couldn't grant her entry until his staff confirmed that he was expecting the woman. The anonymous woman reportedly called the royal herself.

"We could hear the conversation," Page alleged. "He said, 'Put one of the officers on.' One of my colleagues took the phone. He shouted at the top of his voice, 'You listen to me, you fat, lardy-a-- c--t. If you don't let my guest in, I'm going to come down there.'"

Following the phone conversation, they let the woman in. She promptly headed to Prince Andrew's chambers, according to Page. The former protection officer said Prince Andrew was "horrible" and a "bully."

"You would think a member of the royal family would have some kind of decorum and respect for the staff that [is] there and paid to protect them and look after them," Page continued. "[With Andrew], there's just none, none at all. He's just a horrible person. He's a bully."

Prince Andrew's attorney told Fox News he had no comment. The Duke of York's lawyer did not immediately respond to the outlet's request for comment.

Royal expert Kinsey Schofield, the author of "R is for Revenge Dress," seemingly echoed Page's sentiment about Prince Andrew. The "To Di For" podcast host said the royal was named "Randy Andy" for a reason.

"Prince Andrew had such a reputation for being a womanizer that, as recently as 2021, a woman told guards that she was at his home for a date, and she was ushered right on in," Schofield explained. "Fearful of an outburst from the prince, staff allowed her on the property without question, where she roamed around unaccompanied for 20 minutes.

She continued, "She made her way inside his home and didn't become an issue until she addressed another member of his staff, telling them that she was engaged to be married to Andrew. She was later arrested."

Schofield added that it happened because Prince Andrew would berate the staff if they would make his guests wait at the gates. So, they allowed the woman inside.

The Queen stripped Prince Andrew of his royal patronage and military affiliations earlier this year after being involved in several controversies — being associated with Epstein and sued for sexual assault, which he settled for an undisclosed amount in February.

Prince Andrew is currently eighth in line to the throne. Royal expert Hilary Fordwich recently told Fox News Digital that his conduct could have a disastrous impact on his daughters' future in the monarchy. Fordwich said King Charles, who wanted to slim down the monarchy, could remove Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie's royal titles due to the embarrassment he caused to the royal family.

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ASCOT, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 19: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Princess Eugenie, Catrina Skepper, Countess Guerrini-Maraldi and Princess Beatrice watch the racing as they attend day 4 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, 2015 in Ascot, England. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images