By Lara Keay For Mailonline
Published: 09:06 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 09:06 GMT, 1 December 2019
Prince Charles wants to hold 'tell all' crisis talks with Prince Andrew amid the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein scandal, it was claimed today.
The Prince of Wales, 71, wants an honest conversation with his younger brother, 59, about his links to the convicted US paedophile and the difficulties it has caused for the royal family.
Charles is currently at Sandringham and was yesterday pictured driving with Sir Nicholas Soames, the grandson of Winston Churchill.
Andrew once entertained Epstein, who killed himself aged 66 in his New York prison cell, at the same royal estate.
It is believed he wants to summon Andrew to Norfolk so they can decide how to move forward, reports the Sunday Mirror.
Prince Charles (second left) is believed to want to hold talks with his brother Prince Andrew (third right) amid the ongoing Jeffrey Epstein scandal. The brothers were last seen in public together at a Remembrance concert at the Royal Albert Hal on November 9
A source told the newspaper: 'Charles wants to meet Andrew to discuss ho best to deal with the 'Epstein issue'.
'He has told his brother to be completely up front, open and honest with him - and if there is anything else he thinks could come out.
'He knows how damaging this issue is for the family knows it has the potential to get much worse and is taking it very, very seriously.'
Charles is currently at Sandringham and has just returned from a tour of the Soloman Islands where he was when Andrew's disaster BBC