The veto of Prince Andrew is evident in the Royal House. The Duke of York has been removed from everything after the friendship he had with Jeffrey Epstein, the tycoon accused of child abuse who was found dead in prison, became known.
The son of Queen Elizabeth II is haunted by a shadow that apparently will accompany him for life. Andrew has become an uncomfortable presence at any Royal House event.
The veto of Prince Andrew
Royalty is preventing Prince Charles’s brother from making public appearances. According to new information, Prince Andres’ veto will affect the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday.
Elizabeth II’s husband will turn 100 next year and he intends to be celebrated in style with a great tribute.
According to the ‘Daily Mail’, the Duke of York will not be at the celebration. Beatrice and Eugenie de York’s father will not be able to attend or participate in any of the commemorative events.
Prince Andrew’s veto will also include a photography exhibition run by the Royal Collection Trust that will showcase images of royalty throughout the years. Their presence in images will appear to be minimized.
“He will be included as little as possible. This will not alter history, as it cannot be completely ignored. But his relationship with the Duke of Edinburgh over the years will not be overwhelmingly exalted,” a source confessed to ‘The Sun’.
It should be noted that Prince Andrew was removed from the official photographs of the wedding of his daughter, Princess Beatrice.