Queen Elizabeth reportedly had a flirty relationship with Lord Porchester. As such, some people are convinced that the two were blessed with a child.

Since the Queen and Porchester’s so-called affair took place in the late 1950s, rumors swirled that Prince Andrew is their son. While speaking with The Daily Telegraph, a former lady in waiting revealed that Her Majesty found Porchester sexually attractive.

However, this doesn’t mean that this attraction resulted in the two having a child together. Prince Andrew cannot possibly be Porchester’s son because he was conceived after Prince Philip returned home from his overseas tour.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have been married for over seven decades. And very early on, it was revealed that Prince Philip was the only man that the Queen ever loved. The two also met when Her Majesty was just 13 years old.

During this time, the Queen became smitten with Prince Philip, who was five years her senior. The two started writing letters to each other, and Her Majesty even had a photo of her future husband framed on her bedside table.

But during this time, Prince Philip didn’t seem to be interested in the Queen. According to Devon Live, he regarded their letter exchanges as nothing more than an amusing diversion.

Four years after they started writing to each other, Prince Philip asked for King George VI’s permission to wed the Queen. The Duke of Edinburgh proposed to his then-girlfriend with a ring that he designed himself. He also renounced his royal titles shortly after, and he became known simply as Philip Mountbatten.

In “The Crown” Season 3, one of the scenes showed Prince Philip confronting the Queen about her real relationship with Porchester. Her Majesty told her husband that a lot of people wanted her to marry Porchester, but she still chose to be with Prince Philip because he’s the only man she ever loved.

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Prince Andrew wants this woman for Prince Andrew and it's not Sarah Ferguson. Pictured: Prince Andrew and Prince Charles on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping the Colour Ceremony on June 13, 2015 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson