Prince Andrew (61) did not meet the standards of the British army, the opinion of the authors of the letter was unanimous. “If this were any other high-ranking military officer, it would be out of the question for him to remain in office,” the letter continued. The Queen is therefore required to withdraw all remaining military titles and ranks from her second eldest son.
We understand that he is your son.
“We understand that he is your son, but we are writing to you in your capacity as head of state and commander-in-chief of the armed forces,” the letter authors note. These steps could have happened a long time ago, but they shouldn’t be put off any longer.
Prince Andrew’s trial got a little closer with a New York court ruling on Wednesday: A judge dismissed the objections of Andrew’s lawyers, who wanted the lawsuit to be nipped in the bud.
The second son of Queen Elizabeth II is accused of sexual assault in connection with the case involving convicted US offender Jeffrey Epstein.
American Virginia Geoffrey accuses Prince of sexually assaulting her about 20 years ago when she was 17 years old. Accordingly, the deceased American billionaire Jeffrey Epstein interceded. Andrew categorically denies these allegations. The Queen’s son has resigned from his public duties as a member of the royal family since the allegations became known, but so far he has retained his military titles.
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