Prince Andrew, 61, is said to have let off steam on a planter for a story of damaged trees. The trees were on the property of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 95, in Windsor. The Duke of York is said to have had a fit with a gardener who happened not to be responsible for the trees. Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest son’s tantrum was excessive and left the gardener “shaken and upset”, according to The Sun. The loss of temper of Prince Charles’s little brother, 73, comes days after he received court documents. The scene dates back to October last year. Page Six reports the facts told by a source on January 30th.

The father of Princesses Eugenie of York and Beatrice of York is under pressure. The outcome of his story of sexual abuse vis-à-vis the American Virginia Giuffre is still uncertain. This case of sexual assault cost him his princely privileges. Prince Andrew of York had to give up his patronage and honorary military titles. Her mother, Queen Elizabeth II of England, who is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee this year, banned her from using the royal title HRH. “Andrew is under a lot of stress, but that’s no reason to take it out on the staff doing their jobs. She had nothing to do with the damage and felt it was unfair,” said the source from Page Six.

Prince Andrew of York’s tantrum towards the gardener is not a first

Several testimonies from former employees of the British palace reveal that the “favorite son” of Queen Elizabeth II tyrannizes employees. Among other revelations, that of Paul Page, a former officer of the royal protection of the Palace, who reveals that Andrew d’Yrok is someone rude, a tyrant and an intimidator. According to this officer’s statement to The Sun, Prince Andrew of York had even been rude. The facts date back to the 2000s when the officer and his colleagues intervened thinking that an intruder was wandering around the private quarters of Queen Elizabeth II. The person CCTV footage spotted was Prince Andrew of York. To Paul Sage’s apology, Princess Anne’s brother, 71, reportedly replied: “This is my house, I go where I want, now fuck you.”

Prince Andrew, Duke of York © Claudia Albuquerque

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