THE QUEEN Has Stripped Prince Andrew Of All His Military Titles And Royal Patronages

January 13, 2022 / Posted by:

Prince Andrew is in big trouble and has been for the past couple of years. But it seemed like he always had the unwavering support of his dear, sweet mumsy, Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. No matter how many times Prince Andrew was accused of being a predator, or how many times the FBI came knocking at his chamber door, or his association with convicted pedophiles, or the presence of a sexual assault lawsuit, The Queen was always there with an open castle door or pony ridetrip to church or a blank check for his legal bills. That is, until today. It looks like The Queen finally reached her limit of just how much enabling one 95-year-old woman can do for her embarrassment of a son. Because The Queen just formally announced that she was stripping every title away from Prince Andrew effective immediately.

Things started to get bad for Prince Andrew almost immediately after his good buddy Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in a jail cell in August 2019. Despite acting completely appalled at Jeffrey’s personal life, it was pretty obvious Prince Andrew knew his way around Jeffy’s house, and yet, Andrew maintained he hadn’t done anything wrong, so would the feds please leave him alone. That’s when Virginia Giuffre came out with a statement saying “he knows what he’s done.” And then that picture of Andrew side-hugging an underage Virginia in Jeffrey’s house (with a smiling Ghislaine Maxwell in the background) hit the internet, and it was pretty clear that yeah, Prince Andrew had probably been up to no good.

He found himself uninvited from public events. Corporate sponsors of his charity, [email protected], dropped like flies. Andrew stepped down from all public duties, possibly at the suggestion of his mum, but it could have also been the work of his brother, Prince Charles, and his nephew Prince William. And his office was emptied and locked up. Pretty much everything Prince Andrew loved about being a Prince was snatched away from him, except his precious little military medals and the charities he was connected to. And now those are gone too! One day after a judge ruled that Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Prince Andrew may move forward to trial, the following statement was released by Buckingham Palace.

So basically, enough people informed The Queen that it doesn’t look good with Prince Andrew, and she went ahead and gave her blessing for his military affiliations and patronages to be snatched away from him, and returned to The Queen. And that second little part lets everyone know that Andrew – just Andrew no Prince – will be the one squaring off in court. That would sort of back up the rumor that The Queen had zero plans to pay for Andrew’s legal bills if he was thinking of settling that lawsuit with Virginia.

Andrew’s titles are now limited to Prince, The Duke of York, and Big Time Creep (but that last one is unofficial). He won’t use His Royal Highness in any capacity. It has been said that The Queen isn’t totally healthy these days, a big part of which is an ongoing issue with her back. But clearly, she’s strong enough to throw her son to the public. “Prince? Of what? He’s your problem now! Please stop mentioning my name when you write up news about his lawsuit.


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