• Prince Andrew will give evidence under oath soon
  • A date and location are set for his deposition
  • The royal is facing a lawsuit for sexual assault

Prince Andrew's lawsuit is moving forward. He is now scheduled to give evidence under oath. The deposition has a date and location, and here are the details.

Prince Andrew to give evidence under oath

Prince Andrew, of course, is the defendant in a sexual assault case brought forward by accuser Virginia Giuffre. 

The lawsuit is happening in the United States, but Prince Andrew, who lives in England, won't travel overseas for his upcoming deposition.

The interview will happen in London on March 10 and could last several days. Under oath, the royal will face questions from Giuffre's lawyers. His answers can be used in court.

According to The Times, the interview "is likely to go into the minutiae of his sex life" and relationships with the recently-convicted Ghislaine Maxwell and the deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Also interesting:

Prince Andrew has always denied Giuffre's allegations. She says the royal sexually abused her three times in 2001 when she was an underage victim of Epstein's sex trafficking ring. 

For the latest on the case and Prince Andrew's deposition, please watch the video above.