Prince Andrew of York’s sexual assault case has cost him the loss of many titles.
The son of Queen Elizabeth II of England has not quite lost everything.
Andrew of York would continue to be considered a Counselor of State to Her Majesty, among other things.

Prince Andrew, 62, has been stripped of his royal duties since January. Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, stripped him of his honorary military duties. The Duke of York also had to give up his HRH status. The second son of the Queen of England must keep a low profile because of his sexual assault cases. Indeed, following the sexual assaults of which Virginia Giuffre accuses him, the name of Prince Andrew was dragged through the mud. The brother of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, 73, got away with paying 12 million pounds to his accuser in January.

In its article of July 3, 2022, Mirror reveals that Prince Andrew has not been stripped of everything. Indeed, the Duke of York retains his duties as personal aide-de-camp and State Counselor to Queen Elizabeth II of England. “Prince Andrew’s title as the Queen’s personal aide-de-camp still appears on the commercial register, while he is also named a State Counselor on the Royal Family’s official website,” the Mirror said. According to royal insiders, the fact that Prince Andrew is still considered to be an adviser to Queen Elizabeth II is not trivial.

Prince Andrew: the Duke of York could fulfill functions in the absence of the Queen

The fact that the fallen prince of British royalty is keeping his roles ‘means he could be called upon to perform duties in the Queen’s absence, even if he is no longer working full-time,’ a royal insider has said. at Express At the same time, Mirror recalls that Prince Andrew is trying to recover his titles from his mother, Queen Elizabeth II of England. The father of Beatrice of York and Eugenie of York would particularly like to recover his honorary position as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards. It has also been reported that Prince Andrew of York is asking for his daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, to have more responsibilities as British royalty.

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