As reported by the Daily Mail on March 31, Prince Andrew would be very present with the Queen of England since she is widowed.
It’s been almost a year since Prince Philip left this world, leaving behind his great love Queen Elizabeth II. As reported by our English colleagues of the Daily Mail, on March 31, the 95-year-old monarch can count on the support of his relatives and especially one of his sons, Prince Andrew. It seems that the Duke of York, who is her favorite, is the person who visits her most at Windsor Castle.
One of the main reasons for his frequent visits to his mother’s house is that he has a lot of free time, since he has been stripped of his royal duties since the accusations of sexual assault against him, or, more recently, his involvement in a fraud case. Concerned about his well-being, Prince Andrew would have discreetly “positioned himself as the replacement of Prince Philip as a confidant of the Queen”, as our confreres have pointed out.
In addition, he lives only five kilometers from the house of Windsor, within the Royal Lodge. Tuesday, March 29, during the tribute to his father in Westminster Abbey, the son of Elizabeth II appeared at his side. The Daily Mail assured then that his presence and his closeness to the Queen, despite the various scandals he has been subject to lately, have “dismayed” Prince William and his father, Prince Charles.
The Queen’s Jubilee, a highly anticipated event
Already, the jubilee of Elizabeth II is in everyone’s mind. Some wonder if Prince Andrew will also be there for this important event for the royal family of England and for the British people, which will be held on June 3 in St. Paul’s Cathedral. Even if the Duke of York is still involved in some complex affairs, he could accompany his mother during this crucial moment celebrating her 70 years of reign. What to make grind, in advance, some teeth.
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