Meghan and Harry have had a profound impact on the royal family and their followers over the past couple of years.

From stepping down as senior royals, to publicly blasting the family in tell-all interviews, there hasn’t been a moment go by that they haven’t been in the headlines.

Most recently the birth of their daughter Lilibet Diana has made the news, reporting a rift between Harry and the BBC, who have claimed that he did not seek approval from the Queen for using her nickname.

The Sun claimed the row began when a Palace course told the BBC the Sussexes “never asked” Her Majesty about using her childhood nickname.

Harry then hit back saying his grandmother was “supportive” of choice of name and the couple wouldn’t have used it if this wasn’t the case.

During Thursday night’s episode of The Project, the issue was brought up.

But it was Lisa Wilkinson’s comment that had everyone in agreement: all this Meghan and Harry news is the best thing to ever happen to Prince Andrew.

Before #Megxit was a thing, Prince Andrew was splashed in every news headline for his close friendship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

“Who knows what the truth is in this story,” Wilkinson began, discussing the name of Harry and Meghan’s newborn. “All I do know is how much Prince Andrew would be loving the oxygen this ridiculous story is taking up right now.”

It may seem as if Prince Andrew’s involvement in Epstein’s sex trafficking ring has been pushed to the side, he was recently stripped of 50 patronages.

The Telegraph stated that some felt it was “no longer appropriate” to continue their public associations with him.

Others are said to have expressed a desire to find someone “better suited” to their aims and values.

A spokesperson for the Duke of York declined to comment on the report.

Andrew was accused by one of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Giuffre, of having sex with her twice when she was 17.

He has strongly denied all accusations and has kept a low profile since being forced out of the spotlight.

This article originally appeared on Over60.