PRINCIPLE Andrew orders petty thieves to arrange five strollers and soft toys in specific locations on his bed each night.
The sketch shows how to arrange a teddy bear holding a heart, other cuddly toys, and a cushion with “Dad”, “Duck” and “Prince” on it.
The Duke, 61, would “scream and scream” if they had no order at Buckingham Palace, a former royal police officer tells ITV’s Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Pedophile.
A royal source who has seen handwritten instructions says the list includes two hippos and a black panther that will be specially coined.
They said they would tell staff a specific way to make his bed, including arranging for three mattresses named “Daddy,” “Ducks,” and “Prince.”
The sketch shows exactly where to put his blanket, all five blankets and one fur – dictates that its ribbons hang over his bed.
The father of two Andrews is said to be in “chaos” after The Queen stripped him of his royal title when he was facing a sex abuse trial.
His bedtime demands are sure to put him to shame as he prepares to give sworn testimony against Virginia Giuffre’s claim that he abused her when she was 17 – which he vehemently denied.
Andrew lives with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, but kept a suite at the Palace for an overnight stay while he worked in London.
His bedroom furniture is believed to have been cleaned up and moved out during recent renovations.
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An insider said: ‘It’s hilarious that a British Prince wants his shorts on his bed. You can imagine him crying, ‘Mom, they haven’t put the hippo in my bed yet!’ to the Queen if someone was wrong. Maybe they were presents from his daughters or Fergie, but it’s still very strange.”
The layered instructions – titled “DOY Bed: Points to Flip Down and Make a Bed” – are kept near the bedroom of the Duke’s Buckingham Palace.
The staff member wrote: “When DOY stay overnight, put a small teddy bear and cushion on the bottom.
“When making the bed, place the teddy bear & cushion next to the stuffed animal on the left hand and wear the necklace.”
Below the capitalization, it emphasizes: “Don’t loosen (sic) the teddy & cushions!!”
The attached sketch shows a “heart-hugging Teddy” that must be placed on the left side of the headboard.
The instructions say that Andrew must have a gray hippo on the right side of the bed and a black panther on the bottom half.
Another hippo must be placed on a green throw at the foot of the bed.
Paul Page, who worked in the Royal Guard Command from 1998 to 2004, claims he saw Andrew’s bed filled with stuffed toys when he entered his private apartment.
He will tell an ITV documentary Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Pedophile tonight: “It had about 50 or 60 stuffed toys laid out on the bed and there was basically a card the inspector showed us in the drawer and it was pictures of these bears all of which were in place.
“The reason for the layered painting is that if those bears are not put in the correct order by the maid, he will scream and scream.”
Royal biographer Angela Levin said: “It was as if he had ordered them to be in certain positions.
“It is extremely embarrassing to be here as a man who flew helicopters in the Falklands War and has been in the Royal Navy for over twenty years and the country is very proud of him.
“However, here is an incredible insecurity because he needs to have his essentials by his side. Perhaps he is very lonely.”
Andrew, who faces calls to be evicted from the 31-room Royal Lodge, relinquished his royal duties in 2019 due to his association with deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
That year, author Elizabeth Day said the Duke had a teddy bear “proudly placed on a chair outside his office, given to him by his wife as a wedding gift”.
In 2010, Andrew revealed: “I have always collected teddy bears.
“Everywhere I go in the Navy, I usually buy a little teddy bear, so I have a collection from around the world, one kind or another.”
The Palace and Duke have been approached for comment.
‘The toy shows he still sees himself as a kid’
By Jo Hemmings, behavioral psychologist
It’s perfectly acceptable to keep a childhood bear for emotional reasons – but a bit worrisome is that he has a whole collection in his bed.
His behavior would certainly imply someone who didn’t want to give up his childhood.
You may suspect something of an emotional deficit, i.e. dependence on soft toys for comfort.
It implies there can be emotional detachment from people.
Babies can have trouble forming good emotional connections with people and investing emotionally in their toy collection – especially when they’re sitting on the bed rather than on the shelf.
This could indicate, perhaps, that he still sees himself as a child and doesn’t have the accountability or responsibility that an adult should have at that age.
His anger towards bears not being organized properly can also be a sign of both OCD, a deep desire for order, and potentially unhealthy attachment to things. play his childhood.
Also, the feeling is vested that they should be arranged the way he likes and if not, he will get angry.
It is a sign of someone who is not responsible for being an adult and is likely to lack empathy.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/4483702/prince-andrew-servants-teddy-bears-bed/ Prince Andrew’s servants have sketched out exactly where his five teddy bears need to be placed on his bed at the palace