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Prince Andrew's dramatic crash: he even loses the Queen's support

Prince Andrew loses his military titles – and the support of his mother Queen Elizabeth. The Duke of York’s tragic situation is getting worse and worse.

London – Prince Andrew (61) not only costs the abuse scandal surrounding his person his reputation, but also the support of his family. For a long time, Queen Elizabeth II (95) stood behind her second eldest son, but now the regent also has to take a stand in order not to fall into complete disrepute herself.* explains here how dramatic Prince Andrew’s situation has become.

News of Prince Andrew having to relinquish his military titles spread like wildfire. His “military affiliations and royal patronage” were withdrawn from the highest authority, according to an official statement from Buckingham Palace. The Duke of York is now losing the support of his mother Queen Elizabeth. The 61-year-old has to face the abuse complaint “as a private citizen”, and there will still be no public appearances for the British royal family. A few weeks ago it got through that several members of the royal family should have long since distanced themselves from Prince Andrew. According to media reports, his nephew Prince William (39) even described him as a “threat to the family”. Only his ex-wife Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson (62) and his daughters Beatrice (33) and Eugenie (31) were still at his side. It remains to be seen whether he will lose their favor in the course of the abuse process. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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