Prince Andrew’s ex Lady Victoria is reportedly considering a tell-all book.

Lady Victoria Hervey confirmed that she briefly dated the Duke of York. However, she remains tight-lipped about their romance over the years.

Last week, Lady Victoria revealed on “Good Morning Britain” her relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew. An insider said that she is considering to share more in an explosive tell-all book after she received a lucrative offer to write one.

“Victoria has had a really explosive life - she’s seen it all - debauched parties, threesomes with celebrities - all sorts. There is a lot that she has never revealed about the Royal family, members of high society and big-named stars. She’s done many interviews but has always kept many things under her belt,” the source told The Sun.

“She feels like now is the right time to get some things off her chest - including about Prince Andrew, Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. She’d been a part of that social scene for many years. Victoria has so many untold stories about celebrities too - she’s never gone into detail about her threesome with Mel B and Stephen Belafonte. She has had a lucrative offer to write a book and she’s definitely considering it,” the source continued.

Prince Andrew has been in hot water for months due to his connections with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Two weeks ago, Prince Andrew decided to break his silence and tell his side of the story. However, his interview only backfired because many believed it would have been better if he never spoke at all.

Days after Prince Andrew’s car crash interview, he announced that he would be stepping down from his royal duties. According to a source, Prince Andrew’s scandal gave Prince Charles an opportunity to step in.

The Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge are reportedly among those who advised the Queen to ask Prince Andrew to step down from his royal duties. Prince William agreed with the decision and believed that it was the right thing to do.

Meanwhile, there were rumors that Sarah Ferguson was to blame for Prince Andrew’s controversial interview. However, another insider said that the Duchess of York and Princess Beatrice advised Prince Andrew against doing it and it was his private secretary Amanda Thirsk who encouraged him to do it.

Britain's Prince Andrew has come under increasing pressure after his BBC interview in which he defended his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein
Britain's Prince Andrew has come under increasing pressure after his BBC interview in which he defended his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein AFP / JOHN THYS
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