Prince Andrew 'guilty by association' and needs urgent security review, says expert

A ROYAL protection expert has warned Prince Andrew’s security needs an urgent review after his pal Ghislaine Maxwell’s conviction.

Dai Davies, ex-head of protection for the Queen and Royal Family, said the verdict could lead to people becoming fixated on the duke.

He said the Christmas Day arrest of an armed intruder at Windsor Castle had heightened safety concerns over the royals.

He said: “Prince Andrew has not been convicted of anything — but the Maxwell verdict is a game-changer.

“That’s because he is now guilty by association of being linked to two convicted paedophiles in her and Jeffrey Epstein.

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“That opens the floodgates to criticism of him – which in turn means more people will become fixated upon him and increases the threat."

It comes after Jaswant Singh Chail, 19, was sectioned after allegedly being stopped in the grounds at Windsor armed with a crossbow.

Last month a woman was held after rushing up to the duke’s car.

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