Queen ‘not going to completely ban Prince Andrew’ from royalty | royal | New

Duncan Larcombe, royal editor of The Sun, told GB News that although Prince Andrew did not attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee due to coronavirus, he will ‘never appear again’ . Mr Larcombe said as the Queen’s second son is preparing to attend the ‘historic’ Order of the Garter next week the public must come to terms with the fact that he will not be ‘invisible’ forever.

Mr Larcombe said: ‘I think for those who might have thought that the Jubilee without Prince Andrew was a taste of the royal family to come, they might be a bit surprised to hear that yes it could do. another appearance.

“He’s back. Prince Andrew is a problem that won’t go away if I’m being honest, and we still talk about him.

“It’s very difficult because, I mean, what does the Queen actually do?” She effectively sacked her son two years ago removing him as an active member of the royal family. But that doesn’t mean it will never reappear. It cannot just disappear.

“So, unfortunately, I think stories like this are an inevitable part of the rest of Prince Andrew’s life.

“Prince Andrew obviously had Covid during the Queen’s four-day Platinum Jubilee celebrations so that didn’t become an issue.

“But he would have made a strange appearance. It would have been St Paul’s Cathedral when the rest of the family gathered without the Queen.

“So he wouldn’t have been invisible. So really, the Order of the Garter, it’s kind of a historical affair of the Royal Family and it’s an important event during the year.

“It shows us that the Queen is not going to completely banish the guy from sight and mind. It must still exist.

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The prince is also believed to be trying to secure working royal roles for his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

But the former friend of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein may struggle to rediscover royal life for himself when his older brother Prince Charles takes the throne.

Not too long ago, sources close to the Prince of Wales suggested that ‘a rollback for the Duke is clearly not possible’.

A source said: “While the Prince loves his brother and has the capacity to have sympathy for the slingshots and arrows he endures…damage to the reputation of the institution was an intractable problem. .. because the spectrum of [Giuffre’s accusation] raises his head with hideous regularity.

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