Virginia Roberts, 35, will describe her ordeal with the Duke of York again in another interview.
Ms Roberts, a "sex slave" of Prince Andrew's paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein, will have her BBC Panorama interview aired next month, according to The Sun.
Branding his latest denials "appalling", it is reported Roberts will repeat claims that Prince Andrew slept with her when she was 17-years-old.
The prince claimed in his "car crash" BBC interview that he did not remember knowing or meeting Virginia Roberts - now Virginia Giuffre - who says she was a 17-year-old sex slave of his friend Jeffrey Epstein.
The Mirror reports Buckingham Palace is preparing itself for more bombshell claims about the prince after Roberts' interview to BBC's Panorama was revealed.
Ms Roberts claims that billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein trafficked her to London from the US.
BBC sources say that the interview forms part of a larger investigation and it is for that reason that it has not yet aired.
WORKING WITH THE PRINCE
As the fallout from Prince Andrew's disastrous interview continues, former staffers have revealed what it was like to work for the royal.
And Prince Charming he was not, according to several sources.
In the wake of the scandal highlighting the prince's relationship with US paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, few have leapt to Andrew's defence during the worst week of his royal life.
A source told The Sun on Thursday: "Prince Andrew has very few friends. And most of his older friends have dropped him as too pompous. His days are rather empty."
It was this "arrogance", insiders say, that convinced the Duke of York to go ahead with the BBC interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Despite strenously denying allegations he slept with teenager Virginia Roberts during the interview, the plan to clear his name spectacularly backfired.
The backlash prompted the prince to step down from royal duties.
As an aside, Andrew's spectacular self-destruction also raises questions about the future of his advisors.
His private secretary Amanda Thirsk is widely expected to be forced to be blamed in part for the disaster.