Prince Andrew’s Daughters Beatrice And Eugenie Are Said To Be “Deeply Distressed” But Remain Loyal

November 22, 2019 / Posted by:

This was finally supposed to be Princess Beatrice’s year. If her daddy Prince Andrew could have just kept his dumb mouth shut a little while longer, his involvement in the what I’ll now call “The Epstein Bother”, might have blown over in time for Bea to have the wedding of her dreams. As it stands, Bea will be lucky to get that Pizza Express in Woking to cater the event because according to The Daily Beast, Princess Bea’s wedding to Italian property tycoon Edo Mapelli Mozzi, will be “among the first casualties of Andrew’s new reduced status.” All the same, Bea and her sister Princess Eugenie are sticking by Andrew despite being “deeply distressed”, which is slightly better than appalled but not nearly as good as “scandalized!

And proving that redheads are the most loyal of royals, Andrew’s ex-wife Original Fergie continues to show her support, even attending the crisis summit held at Buckingham Palace on Thursday. A week ago, she showed her support by posting a lengthy message on Instagram extolling Andrew’s many (alleged) virtues.

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It is so rare to meet people that are able to speak from their hearts with honesty and pure real truth, that remain steadfast and strong to their beliefs. Andrew is a true and real gentleman and is stoically steadfast to not only his duty but also his kindness and goodness of always seeing the best in people. I am deeply supportive and proud of this giant of a principled man, that dares to put his shoulder to the wind and stands firm with his sense of honour and truth. For so many years he has gone about his duties for Great Britain and The Monarch. It is time for Andrew to stand firm now, and that he has, and I am with him every step of the way and that is my honour. We have always walked tall and strong, he for me and me for him. We are the best examples of joint parenting, with both our girls and I go back to my three C’s .. Communicate Compromise Compassion @hrhthedukeofyork

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However, the focus remains on the girls. Andrew made sure of that when he used them as his alibi during That Interview. (via DB):

A source told The Daily Beast that they are “deeply distressed” about the predicament their father finds himself in, but are standing by him and offering their support.

“Andrew was fighting not just for his survival but for all their survival,” the source, who has known the family and their circle for many years, told The Daily Beast. “Andrew and Sarah will obviously be worried about how his resignation impacts their children’s future.”

Ignoring the fact that these are adult women we’re talking about, DB says that Bea’s wedding is almost certainly going to be impacted. Apparently, Andrew and Sarah had been “pushing for” Bea to have the same Princess treatment they insisted on for Eugenie’s wedding which was “equivalent in splendor to that of Harry and Meghan” culminating in “an open air carriage ride around Windsor” and for which they were “widely mocked.” That’s not happening for Bea. However, her friends say she won’t mind.

“I can honestly say that the splendor of her wedding will be the last thing on Beatrice’s mind,” a friend told The Daily Beast. “Eugenie and Beatrice are both genuinely really good kids and very close to both their parents. They have been through a hell of a lot and they have never turned on each other which is really pretty extraordinary when you think about it.

“The girls have both been not just reconciled to but have actually welcomed living more normal lives and having normal jobs for some time now, even if their parents have not. Say what you like about the Yorks, but the loyalty of that family is something to behold.”

Bea’s friend doesn’t even think they’d be upset that their dad used them as an alibi for his whereabouts on the night his accuser Virginia Giuffre says they met. Andrew better hope that loyalty lasts because should either of his daughters also decide to give a live interview on the BBC, explaining a trip to Pizza Express is easy compared to explaining a ride on the Epstein Express.


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