Mr Harrison, however, has hinted the photo may feature in an upcoming film detailing how BBC was able to secure the interview.
The film will be a dramatisation and as such, producers could seek to replicate the photo.
A source told The Mail on Sunday that the photo, particularly without context, would be shocking if released.
The source said: “Our jaws dropped to the floor when we saw it. It would cause Andrew much embarrassment – and imagine how high the bar has to be to cause him embarrassment after everything that has happened.”
A photographer claims to have an embarrassing photo of the Prince which could damage the monarchy.
Prince Andrew was said to be a favourite of the Queen before his departure from public life.
The source added: “It’s the kind of thing which would make the public drop their cornflakes. It is definitely not what Andrew would want out there and apparently he insisted that it remained secret. It was not one of the shots the BBC released.
“There is, of course, a chance that it will at some point come out for all to see, perhaps if the price is right. Of course the movie about the interview is happening so that is a possibility.”
Mr Harrison said the photograph had only been seen by a few people and that if it were to enter the public domain, it would be a “big deal” for the Royal family.
Prince Andrew was admittedly friends with convicted s*x offender Jeffery Epstein.
It will also reportedly look into Prince Andrew’s friendship with billionaire and convicted s*x offender, Jeffery Epstein.
During the interview the Prince tried to clear himself of any wrongdoing, however the interview was largely seen as a PR disaster. Prince Andrew didn’t renounce his friendship with Mr Epstein and instead claimed the relationship had “serious beneficial outcomes”.
Last year, Mrs Giuffre sued the Prince, accusing him of “s*xual assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress”.
Earlier this year the suit was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum. Prince Andrew never admitted to any wrongdoing regarding the case and strongly denied the allegations.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK