This Sunday, February 19, Prince Andrew blows his 63 candles. According to information from The Sun, the sixty-year-old could move to the United States to “forge a new career”.
This Sunday, February 19, Prince Andrew celebrates his 63rd birthday. Following a sex scandal, the brother of Charles III had been stripped of his military titles and royal patronage in January 2022. In order to give a new lease of life to his career, the sixty-year-old would consider moving to the United States. A source told The Sun, in fact, that he “keeps an eye on everything Harry and Meghan have done in America.”
According to this insider, “Andrew is less concerned than people think about losing his official royal titles and roles. He is thinking about how he can forge a new career.” The latter explained, “[The Sussexes] have managed to set up a new professional life away from the royal family and that’s something Andrew has been following very, very closely.” In particular, Elizabeth II’s son is said to be “very interested in business and the charitable side of things.”
A memoir project
In addition, in early February, a source told the Daily Mail that the Duke of York could publish his memoirs. This long-time friend explained: “It’s inconceivable that he hasn’t thought about it. Many in his circle think that’s exactly what he should do.” According to him, Prince Andrew “would never have considered it while his mother was alive, but it would be the perfect response now. Decidedly, at the dawn of his 63rd birthday, the Duke of York intends to give a new breath to his career.
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