Sources say Prince Andrew will "disappear" from public life after visiting the Prince Philip memorial.

Sources say Prince Andrew will “disappear” from public life after visiting the Prince Philip memorial.

Sources say Prince Andrew will “disappear” from public life after visiting the Prince Philip memorial.

  • Andrew is expected to attend Prince Philip’s thanksgiving service.
  • But he will not participate in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
  • It is believed that Prince Charles insisted that Andrew retire from public life.
  • The palace aide said that Andrew will no longer be attending official functions or events.

Sources say that Prince Andrew will effectively disappear from public life after a memorial service for his father next month.

The Queen’s second son is expected to attend a service at Westminster Abbey in honor of Prince Philip, but it is known that he will not be attending the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Prince Charles is believed to have insisted that Andrew withdraw from public life entirely, without returning to his patronage or role as a senior member of the Firm.

While he will be seeing the Queen and other members of the royal family at private functions, a palace aide said that Andrew will no longer be attending official functions and will not be pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during official functions and is unlikely to attend. social events such as royal. Ascot.

Sources say that Prince Andrew will effectively disappear from public life after a memorial service for his father next month.  The Queen's second son is expected to attend a service at Westminster Abbey in honor of Prince Philip, but he is not expected to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Sources say that Prince Andrew will effectively disappear from public life after a memorial service for his father next month. The Queen’s second son is expected to attend a service at Westminster Abbey in honor of Prince Philip, but he is not expected to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

While he will be seeing the Queen and other members of the royal family at private functions, a palace aide said that Andrew will no longer be attending official functions and will not be pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during official functions and is unlikely to attend. social events such as royal.  Ascot

While he will be seeing the Queen and other members of the royal family at private functions, a palace aide said that Andrew will no longer be attending official functions and will not be pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during official functions and is unlikely to attend. social events such as royal. Ascot

He is said to be determined to attend his father’s March 29 memorial service, despite concerns that his presence could dominate coverage of the event.

Representatives of charitable organizations and organizations that Philip supported will most likely attend, including members of the Grenadier Guards, since he was their colonel for over 40 years.

Andrew took on the role in 2017, but it was one of the military ranks he was forced to relinquish earlier this year.

Royal expert Ingrid Seward said: “People will understand that he would like to join the family at his father’s memorial.”

“But after that, he will certainly have to lie low and just disappear for at least a year or two.

“He cannot live the life he once lived as a member of the royal family because he will face questions and even ridicule.

“He could live in peace, perhaps in one of the Queen’s houses in Scotland, but he must not be allowed to give interviews or even write an autobiography.”

Royal expert Ingrid Seward said:

Royal expert Ingrid Seward said: “People will understand that he would like to join the family at his father’s memorial.” But after that, he will certainly have to lie low and simply disappear for at least a year or two. He cannot live the life he once lived as a member of the royal family because he will face questions and even ridicule.”

It has been suggested that Andrew might have sought “Profumo”-style rehabilitation, seeking public forgiveness by dedicating himself to quiet good causes, like a Conservative minister disgraced in a 1960s sex scandal.

But royal biographer Angela Levine said many charities do not welcome any association.

She told GB News: “I think it will be very difficult for him to find something to do.

“Even if he wanted to work for a charity, I don’t think anyone would want him on their letterhead.”

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