Prince Andrew and his accuser Virginia Giuffre have reached a "settlement in principle" in the sexual assault lawsuit against the royal.
"Virginia Giuffre and Prince Andrew have reached an out of court settlement," a brand-new document stated, which was released to the court on Tuesday. "The parties will file a stipulated dismissal upon Ms Giuffre's receipt of the settlement (the sum of which is not being disclosed)."
Daily Mail later claimed the settlement is said to be $10 million.
While the details surrounding their settlement are being kept underwraps, it was revealed that Prince Andrew plans on making a "substantial donation to Ms. Giuffre's charity in support of victims' rights."
Queen Elizabeth's son "has never intended to malign Ms Giuffre's character, and he accepts that she has suffered both as an established victim of abuse and as a result of unfair public attacks."
Turning the tables on his ex-pal-turned-convicted-sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, Prince Andrew says he "regrets his association" with the late billionaire.
"It is known that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked countless young girls over many years. Prince Andrew regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others," the docs read.
"He pledges to demonstrate his regret for his association with Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims."
Giuffre was gearing up to be deposed under oath by his high-powered attorneys. Her sit-down was scheduled for April. Hours before their settlement was announced, it was revealed Prince Andrew's accuser faced a setback.
Giuffre was no longer in possession of the notorious photos showing the Duke of York with his arm around her waist.