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Prince Andrew's Name Gone From Website

Prince Andrew's Name Gone From Website

Ian Forsyth/Getty Pitch @Palace, the startup-mentoring platform founded by Prince Andrew, has removed mention of the British royal from its website&apos;s home page.

The prince has come under fire over his friendship with the disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself in jail last year while facing sex-trafficking charges.

Andrew defended his friendship with Epstein in a damaging November BBC interview, during which he discussed allegations of sexual misconduct made against him by a US woman, Virginia Giuffre.

Andrew stepped down from his role as head of [email protected] after the interview, though some images of him remain on the platform&apos;s website.

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