Queen Elizabeth II does not abandon her son Prince Andrew, she takes away everything except his Platinum Jubilee medal

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This week Prince Andrew has disappeared from the virtual sphere. Like other members of the British monarchy, the third son of Elizabeth II had accounts on social networks that documented his work as a patron of different organizations and the official commitments he performed on behalf of his mother. However, his Twitter account @thedukeofyork has been deactivated and her @hrhthedukeofyork Instagram page settings have been changed to private.

This decision has been made after his military titles and royal patronages were withdrawn, that have returned to the sovereign so that she distributes them in the future among the rest of her family, and Andrés has been living retired from public life for two years, so it no longer even has an official agenda to give visibility to through social networks.

The civil lawsuit you face as a private citizen in the United States, for allegedly assaulting a woman named Virginia Giuffre when she was 17 years old, apparently it will not cost him the recognition in the form of medals that Isabel II plans to dole out to celebrate its Platinum Jubilee among serving members of the armed forces, police, fire, emergency and corrections services and among royals holding honorary military titles and veterans who have received the Cross of George or the Victoria Cross.

At first it was speculated that the list of honorees would not include Prince Andrew or his nephew Prince Harry., who resigned from his institutional role two years ago with the Duchess of Sussex. However, from the Daily Mail newspaper they assure that the queen will pay out of her pocket for the medals that will be awarded to members of her extended family who do not perform official functions, including her son and grandson.

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