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Topic History of: Andrew: the penny drops
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Jo Love how the Queen is endorsing Prince Andrew by travelling to Westminster Abbey with him and entering on his arm.

'Gobsmacking': Andrew sparks backlash after escorting Queen at Prince Philip memorial

Prince Andrew took a central role in the Duke of Edinburgh's memorial service, escorting the Queen down the aisle before taking a front seat in a sign he still has the support of senior members of the family.

The decision by the royals has sparked some criticism following Andrew's settlement with his sexual assault accuser Virginia Giuffre.

The Queen walked arm-in-arm with Prince Andrew at the memorial for the Duke of Edinburgh, in his first public appearance since reaching the settlement in a US court.

Honey Gentree wrote:
Andrew remains a member of our Royal Family.

Holds the rank of Vice Admiral.

In addition to being a Prince and a Duke.

Not too many of those about.

He was supposed to be an admiral last year but asked for it to be deferred. Poor sod.
Gentree Andrew remains a member of our Royal Family.

Holds the rank of Vice Admiral.

In addition to being a Prince and a Duke.

Not too many of those about.
Jo The Royal family is better off without Prince Andrew

We will probably never know for sure how much it took to make the Virginia Giuffre case go away once and for all, although The Telegraph understands it will be more than £12million...
Honey Wyot wrote:
Jo wrote:
Wow. Difficult not to assume guilt now. He seems to be following in the footsteps of Ghislaine Maxwell, as she apparently paid Giuffre an undisclosed settlement. Perhaps he'll end up in jail too in due course. Or maybe just house/villa/castle arrest for the rest of his life.

Guilty of what though Jo is the questions isn't it? Being an evil Prince involved in underage trafficking; or for having told porkies about a messy situation that is at best ambiguous, and come to the realisation that for him and his family the is the best way to try and damage limitate. We will, now, never know.

How can it limit the damage when we are now "sure" that he is a pervert, and every woman he has ever met will be queueing up for a share of the ski-lodge?