Tribute to Prince Philip: Carlos and Guillermo “horrified” by Prince Andrew

On Tuesday, March 29, the royal family gathered for a memorial service for Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey. Among the guests, the much-maligned Prince Andrew, whose presence slightly irritated Princes Charles and William.

Isn’t Prince Andrew so forbidden in the royal family? In August 2021, Virginia Giuffre filed a complaint against the Duke of York, who accused him of sexual assault. After months of media coverage, this file was finally closed with a settlement between the two parties and a large sum of money promised to the complainant. Disgraced, deprived of his military titles and patronage, Prince Andrew was summoned by Isabel II and the rest of the royal family in oblivion. However, she did not miss to attend, with the Windsorsat the mass in Westminster Abbey organized in tribute to prince felipeTuesday March 29.

If your presence were accepted “reluctantly” by some members of the royal family, some bet on his “common sense” so as not to try to present himself after the scandal to which he was recently subjected. However, it was without counting on Prince Andrew himself who, after having proclaimed his innocence for a long time, decided to put himself “to the foreground” during the ceremony, playing devoted sons with their mother Isabel II. An attitude that the princes did not like at all Charles and William, “dismayed” that the Duke of York, father of princesses beatrice and Eugenie, thus introducing herself as she enters the abbey with her mother, informs the daily mail.

How Elizabeth II ‘backs’ Prince Andrew

For other specialists, the queen has this way “passed” his son by accepting his presence at his side. “It was his way of showing himself calmly, ‘OK, he really pissed off, it was a shame, but he’s my son‘”Jennie Bond said. “It’s one thing to agree to have him attend his father’s funeral, it’s another to give him a fairly prominent role afterward, so it was an active choice.”, he pointed. He arrived by car with the queen, while living in the Windsor estate, it is in the first row where Prince Andrew settled, along with his younger brother, Edward. Prince William and Kate Middleton, who were accompanied by their sons George and Charles, were seated behind the Queen and Prince Charles.

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