King Charles Isn't Expected To Let Prince Andrew Off Easy
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By HALEY VAN HORN
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Prince Andrew, Duke of York, became the most disgraced royal family member following sexual assault claims made against him by Virginia Giuffre, a victim of Jeffrey Epstein. Though Andrew paid Giuffre a sum and claimed to have donated more money to charities, effectively ending his legal case, his position as a royal is still a point of contention.
Andrew's mother, Queen Elizabeth II, made some tough decisions, including stripping her son of his military titles, but some feel she still went too easy on him. She frequently appeared with Andrew at public events, which definitely did not impress onlookers, but with the queen's passing, many wonder how King Charles III will treat his brother.
Though Andrew was allowed to wear his military outfit during the London vigil for his late mother, Charles will not let his brother return to life as a working royal. A source shared that Charles allowed Andrew to wear his uniform out of respect for the queen's wishes; the Duke of York should probably not expect such kindnesses in the future.