By now, Prince Andrew's 2019 interview on BBC programme 'Newsnight' has become infamous - so much so, that a new Netflix film is being made about it.

Everyone has seen the footage of the disgraced royal being forced to deny a relationship with Virginia Guiffre - who alleged that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with Andrew in 2001, when she was just 17.

Pizza Express in Woking became the stuff of legend when the Prince claimed that he dined there on the evening in question.

It was announced last year that the disastrous interview is set to be re-created for a new Netflix drama feature called 'Scoop', written by Stephen Moffat - and now the cast has been revealed.

Gillian Anderson will play Newsnight journalist Emily Maitlis, who conducted the interview. Andrew will be played by Rufus Sewell, while Keeley Hawes will star as his private secretary Amanda Thirsk.

The star-studded line-up is rounded out by Billie Piper, who will play Sam McAlister - the woman who arranged the interview and wrote the book that the film is based upon, 2022's 'Scoops: Behind the Scenes of the BBC’s Most Shocking Interviews'.

In 2022, Andrew was stripped of his 'HRH' style and his honorary military roles by his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth.

The release of 'Scoop' is not yet known, but watch this space.