Rosa Prince is an author and journalist who writes about US and UK politics. She is the author of “Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister.” The opinions in this article belong to the author. Read more opinion on CNN. (CNN)In her close to seven decades on the throne, the Queen of England has rarely faltered in her sense of duty or made a serious misstep. She is doing both now, however — not in her treatment of her grandson, Harry, and his wife Meghan, who made their last public appearance as senior royals this week, but, more insidiously, her handling of another problematic relative, her son Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.Not for the first time, Andrew finds himself garnering lurid headlines stemming from the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.On Monday Geoffrey Berman, the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, called the prince out in stinging terms, accusing him of misleading the public by offering to assist authorities investigating Epstein’s alleged crimes while in fact failing to make himself available for interview. Andrew has said in a public statement: “Of course, I am willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigations, if required.” As Berman put

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