Prince Andrew, Duke of York, will soon be 62 years old. The youngest son of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95, will celebrate his 62nd birthday on Saturday February 19. Because of the Duke of York scandal in connection with the Epstein affair and the history of sexual assault of which Virginia Giuffre accuses him, Prince Andrew of York is the subject of all criticism. In addition, the less brilliant revelations about Prince Andrew, brother of Prince Charles and Princess Anne, have been raining lately in the tabloids. Prince Andrew’s childish whims and inappropriate jokes and his condescension to former employees have caused a lot of ink to flow.
Steps have been taken to remove Prince Charles’ little brother from public life. He was also stripped of his military titles as well as his patronage titles. It’s obvious Sarah Ferguson’s ex-husband, 62, needs to keep a low profile while he awaits trial. In addition, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, will have a decisive hearing on March 10, according to the magazine Here. Prince Andrew “has been summoned by American justice to come to court and will have to plead his case so as not to end up in prison”, indicates Here.
A nationwide humiliation for the birthday of Prince Andrew, Duke of York
Humiliations come from all sides for the father of Princess Beatrice of York, 33, and Princess Eugenie of York, 31. Just last January, a school named after Prince Andrew, Duke of York decided to get rid of it. The incessant humiliations to which Prince Andrew is subject have destroyed his notoriety and his nobility, and it’s not over yet. For the Duke of York’s birthday, a drastic decision has been made. Indeed, Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95, has decided that public buildings will not hoist British flags on February 19, according to the Mirror.
“Not everyone was comfortable raising the flag on their birthday. Between the scandal and the decisions made by the Queen and the military, the decision was obvious. After consulting Buckingham Palace, it was decided to change the rules by removing his birthday from the days when the flags must be hoisted,” a government source told the Mirror.
Queen Elizabeth II of England and Prince Andrew, Duke of York © Backgrid UK