Tiggy Legge-Bourke, also known as Alexandra Pettifer, made an appearance in London’s High Court to demand a public apology from the broadcaster for making “fabricated” accusations that she had an affair with the British Prince Charles in 1995 while working as his personal assistant.
Her attorney Louise Prince said to the court that the accusations had “serious personal ramifications for individuals concerned.”
Bio Of Alexandra Pettifer AKA Tiggy Legge-Bourke? Nanny Of Prince Williams
The friend of Prince William and Prince Harry is a former nanny from the United Kingdom named Alexandra Legge-Bourke. She worked as Prince Charles’ personal assistant from 1993 to 1999. She has gone by the moniker Tiggy Pettifer since her 1999 wedding.
Tiggy Legge-Bourke received her education at the Institut Alpin Videmanette in Rougemont, Switzerland, a finishing school Diana, Princess of Wales, also attended, and she graduated from Heathfield School in Ascot with four O-levels. At the 6,000-acre Welsh estate known as Glanusk Park, Tiggy Legge-Bourke was brought up.
Legge-father is William Legge-Bourke, a Royal Horse Guard who served from 1939 to 2009. Her father was a graduate of Cambridge’s Magdalene College, a merchant banker at Kleinwort Benson, and the deputy lieutenant of Powys from 1997 until his death.
She has a connection to Eleanor Legge-Bourke, a television personality and public relations expert who participated in Nice People, a 2003 French Big Brother-style television competition. 
Legge-Bourke enjoyed fly fishing and enjoying lengthy country walks, according to reports from 1994.
Alexandra Pettifer Net Worth After BBC Compensation
In addition to the infidelity charge, Ms. Legge-Bourke was reportedly falsely accused of becoming pregnant by Charles and having an abortion.
According to Ms. Prince, Ms. Legge-Bourke had been unaware of the allegations’ beginning for the previous 25 years. Still, it is now highly likely that the “false and malicious allegations arose as a result and in the context of BBC Panorama’s efforts to obtain an exclusive interview with Diana, Princess of Wales.
The court was informed that the Dyson probe, which had been requested by the broadcaster, “shed some light” on how the interview had been obtained.
The defence lawyer asserted that the accusations against Ms. Legge-Bourke and Charles were “totally unfounded” and “appeared to exploit some earlier inaccurate supposition in the media.” If the BBC had been more thoughtful, the claimant and her family could have saved 25 years of deceit, suspicion, and suffering.
Already worth over a million dollars, Alexandra Pettifer’s net worth. However, her wealth is sure to increase when BBC makes up for the harm to her reputation. As the mention simply refers to a substantial quantity, the amount has not yet appeared online.
An experienced royal nanny earns a salary and benefits of £120,000. As a result of her extensive experience working at the royal palace, it is clear that she is worth more than $1 million.