NewsPrince Andrew disappears: will he leave England forever?

Prince Andrew disappears: will he leave England forever?

Since he was able to agree on a settlement with the plaintiff Virginia Giuffre in the abuse process, Prince Andrew has been swallowed up by the face of the earth. Is he already planning his move?

London – Even if Prince Andrew (62) was just able to avert a statement in court after the sexual abuse lawsuit, the image of the royal can no longer be saved. He has little support within the British royal family. According to reports, Queen Elizabeth’s son (95) may soon be going abroad* to start a new life.

Prince Andrew disappears: will he leave England forever?

Apart from Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson* (62), no one in the Royal Family is behind Prince Andrew. His ex-wife continues to fight for the cohesion of her family* and never tires of publicly affirming what a decent person her former husband is. But their efforts to somehow restore the Duke of York’s battered reputation aren’t exactly promising either. The allegations by Virginia Giuffre (38), who claims to have been abused by Andrew when she was a minor, weigh too heavily. Of course, despite the comparison the two were able to agree on*, their allegations didn’t just go away.

His military titles and patronages have already been revoked by Queen Elizabeth*. He is no longer wanted at official events of the royal family. What keeps the 62-year-old in Great Britain? According to an insider, not much.

Prinz Andrew blickt ernst nach vorne (Symbolbild).


Will Andrew soon be leaving his homeland? (icon picture)

Prince Andrew disappears – ‘He will strive to get on with his life’

As the “Express” reports, citing the nobility expert and author Ingrid Seward (74), the Duke of York* could already be sitting on packed suitcases. “Andrew will now try to distance himself from this dark cause – and he will strive to move on with his life,” the portal quoted Seward as saying. According to the expert, it is not unlikely that he will take his nephew Prince Harry* (37) as a model and emigrate to the United States. She could well imagine that Andrew is aiming for a new start in the television industry or as a speaker. “Imagine Oprah walking up to him so he could tell his side of the story,” says Seward.

Concrete plans about Andrew’s approaching move to the United States have not yet been made public. Whether Ingrid Seward will be right in the end with her assumption will show itself sooner or later. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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