Very bad luck for Prince Andrew, still entangled in affairs that banish him from public appearances by the Royal family, we can read the dismay on his face.
The Duke of York appeared very affected as he rode his horse through the grounds of Windsor Castle
His last public appearance was in April, and the next is due in a few days for the tribute to Prince Philip
He was branded ‘an absolute jerk’ after the sale of his Swiss chalet was frozen
He only appears very rarely alongside the royal family since the beginning of his legal troubles and it weighs so much that the dismay can be read on the face of Prince Andrew. Elizabeth II’s ‘favorite son’ was seen riding a horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle, a few days before his next public outing in tribute to his father, Prince Philipand his dejected appearance shows how he cannot extricate himself troubles in which he is immersed.
Endless business for Prince Andrew
Since the beginning of the scandal which struck the billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and which greatly affected him because of their friendship, the millions of pounds that Prince Andrew had to pay to “settle” a sexual assault case accused of a woman, aged 17 at the time, whom he said he had never met,the 60-year-old Duke of York has resigned from public lifeand only appears on very rare occasions. But it does not stop for the father of princesses Eugenie and Béatrice: he has indeed been called an “absolute fool”, after the sale of his Swiss chalet worth £18million was frozen, to enable his debtors to claim £1.6million from him. We then understand better why he displayed this defeated mine from the top of his mount in the middle of the park of Windsor Castle… Hope his reunion with the royal family on the occasion of the commemoration of his fatherPrince Philip, will go as well as possible.
Mine serious gray days for Prince Andrew Always complicated to lighten your thoughts, even at a trot
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