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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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A US diplomatic insider has revealed that colleagues in the State Department have been warned to be wary of Prince Andrew when they meet with him at functions.

Documents shown to EIF News & Features reveal that several members of the US diplomatic corps have reported their concerns over the Duke of York's behaviour when they have met him.

Said one: "He must have Tourette's syndrome - I've never heard anything like it at a diplomatic event.

"We were talking about doing business with the French. His opinion of them was: 'F****** c***s the f****** lot of 'em, if you ask me. Want their b******* chopped off and stuffed up their f****** a****s!

"And don't f****** get me started on those utter c***s the f****** Krauts. F****** beer and f****** war, that's all they're f****** interested in."

Another said that he described security officers during one of his business ambassadorial visits: "What a f****** bunch of motherf****** c***ing a-holes. Why don't they mind their own f****** business and let the rest of us get on with it?"

A US diplomat told us: "We believe the Prince has Tourette's Syndrome and can't help himself. This can be distressing for some of our staff - some of the more genteel types from sheltered backgrounds.

"But many of the guys can use pretty robust language themselves and give as good as they get - especially over a late night whisky and when discussing the French and Germans!"

Our 'phones went down when we decided to ask Buckingham Palace for a comment.

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