Princess Diana co-worker has a theory about why the Queen is keeping Prince Andrew by her side

Though no longer a working royal, Prince Andrew continues to be in the limelight. While the Duke of York’s COVID-positive diagnosis prevented him from participating in the Platinum Jubilee, Andrew made an effort to attend Garter Day. However, a royal source told the Evening Standard that Prince William said he wouldn’t come if Andrew joined. Excluded from the public area, Andrew attended the private aspects of the event.

Amid Andrew’s efforts to restore his royal status, new complications have arisen regarding his connection to Jeffrey Epstein. In February, Andrew paid a substantial out-of-court settlement in a civil sexual abuse case. Now one of Epstein’s alleged victims has requested a statement from Andrew to use in another lawsuit, per emphatically

These legal issues are causing trouble with the City of York. As England’s unique “Human Rights City”, the government of York wants to remove the title of the Duke of York from Andrew, according to the Daily mail† The Duchy was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth and is one of Andrew’s three surviving titles, per Telegraph† Royal sources told the the mirror the queen “certainly will take no further action” and deprive her third child of more titles.

According to You Government, only 6% of Britons have a favorable opinion of Andrew. In addition to Sarah Ferguson’s recent statement of support, the Queen appears to be one of the Duke’s few supporters. As for her motivations, an ancient royal author recently shared his theories.

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Prince Andrew has shown loyalty to Queen and country

“Prince Andrew has always been absolutely loyal to his mother. He will never hear a word said to her,” royal author Andrew Morton told Pod Save the Queen (via the mirror† As the author of 25 books, including the pivotal “Diana: Her True Story” (via Daily Beast), Morton believes this commitment is at the heart of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Andrew’s close mother-son relationship.

According to Morton, the Queen also respects Prince Andrew’s loyalty to his country during the Falklands War. During the conflict, Andrew was a helicopter pilot with the perilous task of protecting the aircraft carrier HMS Invisible. “She really appreciated that because that conflict cost Britain a lot of blood and treasure,” Morton said. “The Argentines had it in their sights that Andrew was their main target, so he showed a lot of courage.”

Andrew’s military record was also respected by his father. Royal author Robert Jobson said: People what the late Prince Philip was “very proud of” [Andrew’s] service in the Royal Navy.”

In her own show of loyalty, the Queen authorized Andrew in March to escort her to her seat at Prince Philip’s memorial service. Peter Hunt, a former BBC royal correspondent, told… The New York Times“It was an opportunity for her to actively support her son.”

Morton saw this gesture as the Queen’s way of emphasizing family ties. “She’s a mother – and in her eyes her children can do no wrong.”

Queen Elizabeth has shown maternal indulgence towards Prince Andrew over the years

Mother love plays a big part in the interactions between Queen Elizabeth and Prince Andrew. Katie Nicholl and Erin Vanderhoof, hosts of Vanity Fair’s “Dynasty” podcast, note that the Queen has tolerated misconduct since the Duke of York was a young boy. “As a child, Andrew would be loud and mischievous. He once sprinkled itch powder in the queen’s bed,” said Vanderhoof. “Another time he climbed onto the roof of Buckingham Palace to play with the TV antenna so the Queen wouldn’t be able to watch one of her horse races.” Each time, Andrew’s antics were tolerated.

As an adult, the prince has maintained a close relationship with his mother. “The Queen is putty in his hands,” a friend of the Duke of York told the… Daily Beast† “He’s the favorite son and he goes to visit her for a cup of tea and says, ‘But mom…’ and he wins her round.” According to the Evening Standardthe Duke’s residence is just 3 miles from Windsor Castle, an ideal location for regular visits.

Andrew, for his part, is aware that the Queen is his closest ally in restarting his royal career. “Andrew is desperate to get back into public life while the Queen is still there because she’s the only person who could tolerate that,” royal author Norman Baker told the Evening Standard.

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