Documents to be made public by WikiLeaks are not only being referred to as a security concern but are also embarrassing a lot of high profile people.
One such person is Prince Andrew who reportedly made a lot of “inappropriate remarks” about a UK law enforcement agency in certain classified US diplomatic documents.
Prince Andrew, is Queen Elizabeth II’s second son and fourth in line to the throne, thus anything he says is gobbled up in record fashion by press around the world.
Since 2001 he has acted in the role of a trade envoy for the government thus has travelled the world, often on private jets.
The British newspaper the Guardian has been given access to more than 250,000 documents to eventually be made public and have promised to release more damaging material in the coming weeks.
A palace source told The Daily Mail: “We are awaiting further detail, as everyone is.”