Prince Andrew has taken time away from the fallout following Jeffrey Epstein’s death by playing golf in Spain. The Duke of York – who was friends with the late paedophile – has been keeping a low profile in the luxurious development of Sotogrande and playing golf at Valderrama, which costs €400 a round excluding a buggy. The 59-year-old royal, who is the Queen’s third child, has also attended a friend’s 50th birthday and gone for lunch and dinner at two exclusive restaurants, Cancha Dos and Gigi’s Beach, according to local media. Prince Andrew has repeatedly denied any knowledge of Epstein’s alleged behaviour. Buckingham Palace said in a statement said this week: ‘The Duke of York has been appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged crimes.