The Duchess of York has continued to defend her ex-husband despite his ties to the convicted sex offender.
Another remark about Prince Philip was also cut from the UK broadcast.
Historians say the queen grew "warmer and more flexible" as a parent as the years went on.
The Duke of York suspended his public appearances in 2019 after a disastrous BBC interview about his ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The comedian appeared on "The Tonight Show" and gave his twisted take on the duchess's tell-all interview.
"Prince. Andrew. Is. Right. There."
Royal fans couldn't believe they got lucky enough to watch the documentary, though it was quickly taken down.
The duchess, once married to Prince Andrew, said she also drew on “many parallels from my life” for the love story.
In the "Alternative Christmas Message," the fake monarch also jokes about her disgraced son, Prince Andrew, and Boris Johnson.
Beatrice also borrowed the tiara that the queen wore on her wedding day in 1947.