Charlotte Briggs (ex-Buckingham Palace maid) today defends her Prince Andrew revelations against him and calls him a “horrible guy.”

47-year-old Ms. Briggs said that she didn’t regret speaking out about the Duke’s foul-mouthed, ‘demanding, and entitled’ rants. She claimed she was left in tears by his snarky behavior.

Speaking to MailOnline in her hometown of Halifax, West Yorkshire, she said: ‘I don’t give a toss what Prince Andrew feels… he is a horrible, nasty man.’

She said, “It has been 26 years. I have signed (a privacy agreement), under the official secrets Act.

“But, my husband and me saw the television programme when his Teddy Bears were mentioned. He said that it was a great time for me and others to talk about what has happened.

Two-year-old mother said that she has been faced with criticism in her home town today, after her shocking revelations were made the front page of local news.

Charlotte Briggs (pictured), 47, said she had no regrets about speaking out over his 'demanding and entitled' foul-mouthed rants

Charlotte Briggs (pictured), 47 said that she did not regret speaking up about her husband’s ‘demanding, entitled’ and foul-mouthed rants

Ms Briggs began working at Buckingham Palace in 1996 when she was 21, but within six months was tasked with being Andrew's maid; a job that 'nobody wanted,' she said

When she was 21 years old, Ms. Briggs started working at Buckingham Palace. She was then tasked within six months with becoming Andrew’s maid. It was an unwelcome job.

Former maid to Prince Andrew speaking from her home in Halifax, West Yorkshire today

A former maid for Prince Andrew, speaking today from Halifax, West Yorkshire.

Ms Briggs called the Duke of York (pictured right in 2019 with The Queen) 'demanding and entitled'

Ms Briggs described the Duke of York, pictured in 2019, with The Queen as ‘demanding’ and ‘entitled’

“When I was at the supermarket, someone accused me that I had cashed in on him. But I have every right to talk about it even though it has been so many years ago.

“I don’t regret at all.” However, some of your remarks have hurt me.

She stated that, despite her arrogance towards the Duke of York, she has never seen or heard of him engaging in any unprofessional behavior

He will be facing a sexual abuse trial. Details of his angry outbursts could cause further embarrassment.

She has accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17 — which he vehemently denies.

Ms Briggs stated that she didn’t feel sorry for Prince Andrew following his poor behavior toward me.   

This is after she said on Thursday she was “left in tears” by Andrew’s foul mouth rants and faced him on occasion for one tiny hole in his curtains.

Speaking to MailOnline in her hometown of Halifax, West Yorkshire, Ms Briggs said: 'I don't give a toss what Prince Andrew feels… he is a horrible, nasty man.' (Pictured: Andrew delivering a speech in Tokyo in 2013)

Speaking to MailOnline in her hometown of Halifax, West Yorkshire, Ms Briggs said: ‘I don’t give a toss what Prince Andrew feels… he is a horrible, nasty man.’ Pictured is Andrew giving a speech to Tokyo, 2013. 

Ms Briggs speaks to a journalist outside her home after claiming Prince Andrew was a 'nasty man' when she worked as a maid in Buckingham Palace

After claiming that Prince Andrew was a “nasty” man when she was working as a maid at Buckingham Palace, Ms Briggs spoke to a journalist outside of her house.

By comparison, Ms Briggs previously said that the Duke's brothers Charles and Edward, as well as other royals she encountered during her time at the palace, were 'wonderful'

Comparatively, Ms Briggs had previously claimed that Charles and Edward, the Duke’s brother, were as ‘wonderful as’ other royals during her time at The Palace.

Speaking to The Sun, Ms Briggs said the prince yelled at her: ‘Can’t you f***ing do anything right?’ She ran up and down the staircase to fix the curtains. He was only yards away.

She told the newspaper that despite fighting for his country in Falklands, he couldn’t close his curtains.

She said, “It wasn’t absurd at all but it spoke volumes about him,” 

Ms Briggs, on the other hand, said the brothers of the Duke, Charles and Edward, along with the royals that she met during her stay at the palace were ‘wonderful. 

At 21 she started working for Buckingham Palace. She was then able to become Andrew’s maid within six months.

Andrew, who was just 36 years old and recently separated from Sarah Ferguson, had been in this situation. He was a frequent flyer and expected that everything would be handled for him.

Halifax native Ms Briggs broke her silence after Prince Andrew lost his military title in a suit brought by Ms Giuffre from the United States.

Ms Giuffre alleges that she was trafficked to, by Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein as a convicted paedophile. She claims that she had sex three times with the prince when she was just a teenager. These allegations were strongly denied by the Duke of York. 

Ms Briggs described how Andrew’s pillows had the Royal Crest embossed on them. He also had to place his pillow in the center of the four-poster bed. His pyjamas as well his teddy bears were to be placed precisely.

After moving from Yorkshire to London, she spent her first six months cleaning the offices.

Charlotte Briggs began working at Buckingham Palace in 1996 when she was 21, but within six months was tasked with being Andrew's maid; a job that 'nobody wanted,' she said. Pictured: Andrew in 1996

Charlotte Briggs started working at Buckingham Palace when she was 21 years old. She was then tasked within six months with the job of Andrew’s maid. It was an unwelcome task, she stated. Pictured with Andrew in 1996

Ms Briggs stated that Prince Edward was at her door the first day when she took out the bins, however, other royals didn’t appear to be present.

When Andrew asked her to become his maid, she changed all that. Because of Andrew’s history for tantrums, no one else would want to do it, she claimed.

After his divorce, the Duke returned to the palace and took up residence in the “nursery floor”, where Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Princess Anne, and Prince Edward used to play as children.

According to Ms Briggs, though he had been a man of mature age who was in the military, the young man refused to perform any tasks himself.

“We would turn down his bed and take his teddies off, open the curtains, then lay his pajamas on. He was an unruly child and behaved as a spoilt brat,” she explained. 

She recalled that he once called her from his office to have a maid come up and close his curtains.

This meant that Ms Briggs had to put on her evening gown and climb four flights of stairs in order to shut the curtains Andrew was only a few feet from.

Andrew was furious that she had left an opening at the top of the curtain, and she screamed at Andrew as she left.

She stated that she was treated well by the Buckingham Palace royals during her time there. According to her, Prince Edward was very kind and Nelson Mandela hugged her. 

Ms Briggs, from Halifax, broke her silence to The Sun after Prince Andrew was stripped of his military titles amid a sex assault lawsuit brought by Virginia Giuffre in the United States. The Duke of York vehemently denies the allegations

Halifax native Ms Briggs spoke up for The Sun following the removal of Prince Andrew from his military titles in a suit brought against Virginia Giuffre by the United States. The allegations were denied by the Duke of York.

At the time, she was paid £600 a month and in 1996, she was even pictured on the royal balcony ahead of the Trooping the Colour ceremony, according to The Sun.

Andrew, Ms Briggs stated, destroyed her time in the palace.

The Sun reported to her that Sarah Ferguson was still wearing Sarah Ferguson’s wedding attire after the couple divorced in 1992. In July 1986, the royal couple were married in Westminster Abbey.

A former palace maid stated that his makeup had been left on the dressing table. It suggested that he was still enthralled by her.  

The revelations about the Duke’s outbursts will likely cause him even more embarrassment as he prepares testify against the claims made by Ms Giuffre.

It also comes after The Queen – his mother – stripped him of his royal titles, and as he is facing calls to be evicted from the Royal Lodge in Windsor where he currently lives with his ex-wife Ferguson.

MailOnline has approached Buckingham Palace for comment from Prince Andrew regarding Ms Briggs’s comments in The Sun. 

Ms Briggs’ account of Prince Andrews teddy bears is not the first time they have been mentioned. 

Earlier this week, former palace guard Paul Page claimed that Andrew had a bed with ’50 or 60′ stuffed toys and maids were given a laminated picture so each bear could carefully be put back in its original position.

He was a former constable and left the Metropolitan Police in 2007. 

His comments came in an ITV documentary: ‘Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Paedophile’ that aired on Monday.

According to him, it contained about 60 or 50 stuffed toys on the bed. The card that was shown by the inspector was in a drawer. It was basically a photograph of the bears.

“The laminated photo was created because the bear would shout at the maids if they didn’t place them in the proper order.

Elizabeth Day, writer, was presented to Andrew’s strange teddy bear collections in 2019 by Buckingham Palace.

The woman wrote that she was instructed to wait in the corridor, where there was only one other person other than a oversized bear, which was squashed into an armchair.

“When Prince Andrew was brought in, I inquired about the item. I asked him about it and he laughed, telling me that it was his wedding gift to Sarah Ferguson. 

Prince Andrew’s spokesperson has not commented on the remarks of Ms Brigg.