Prince Andrew Has Reportedly Fled To His Mother’s Scottish Castle

September 9, 2021 / Posted by:

Last month, Virginia Giuffre filed a federal civil lawsuit against Prince Andrew, the man she has accused of sexually abusing her numerous times as a minor while in various residences belonging to the late Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Andrew has done everything possible to avoid getting served with Virginia’s lawsuit. And he continues to evade process servers. He’s reportedly hiding out at his mummy’s lovely country home in Scotland. If avoiding Virginia’s lawsuit counted as work, Andrew would easily be the hardest-working royal.

About half a second after the news broke of Virginia’s lawsuit, Andrew’s former wife and current most securely-attached remora Fergie was tossing his go-bag into a Land Rover, and they were high-tailing it out of town to Queen Elizabeth’s country castle, Balmoral. A few weeks later, it was reported that Andrew had left Balmoral and was hiding out at Royal Lodge in Windsor. Well, he’s back on the run again. Nobody asked for a remake of Catch Me If You Can starring a sweaty privileged middle-aged loser, but we’ve got one, apparently. via The Daily Beast:

Now, in an itinerary of dreary summer travels that would have appalled the “Air Miles Andy” of old, Andrew has fled to the safety of his mother’s Balmoral estate in Scotland for the second time in a month. Andrew is believed to have made the dash north in an attempt to avoid the humiliation of being physically served papers in Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s upcoming civil lawsuit against him.

[The Sun] says there have been “multiple attempts” to serve the papers on Andrew at his home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

There are only a few pictures of Andrew arriving at Balmoral, as The Daily Beast points out that The Queen is very protective of Andrew, and therefore has people to make sure he isn’t bothered by paps or media or the threat of accountability.

The reason for Andrew’s departure from Royal Lodge is twofold. According to The Daily Beast, Andrew was terrified that if he went outside, he’d be spotted and served. There were multiple attempts to present him with the lawsuit while he was at Royal Lodge. But also, Andrew decided to leave because he was going “stir crazy” at the Windsor compound, and left because the boredom was positively killing him.

Andrew might feel freer to venture outside at Balmoral, which includes some 50,000 acres of grouse moors, forestry, and farmland, access to which is tightly controlled, especially when the queen is in residence.

Oh my god, imagine not having to do anything but sit on the couch in your hand-ironed RHR-monogrammed boxer shorts and ordering Uber Eats from Pizza Express, while someone else pays your rent and bills, and your desperate ex is a mere 5 feet away telling you how cool and awesome and not guilty of sexual assault you are? And while at Balmoral, The Daily Mail says Andrew and The Queen had a little “lunch summit” in a cozy cabin, to talk about things. Oh please, like we’re supposed to believe they were discussing a plan of action for this lawsuit? She was probably asking him if he’d like steak for dinner, and whether he likes it when she cuts it into little strips or pieces for him.

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