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Prince Andrew’s lawyer reportedly told to wait outside in the car

Prince Andrew’s lawyer reportedly said to wait outside in the car. picture: twitter

When meeting the Queen, it is alleged Prince Andrew’s lawyer was barred from entering

Prince Andrew was yesterday, Thursday January 13, stripped of all his military titles by his mother, the Queen. He had apparently been summoned early Thursday morning to meet with Her Majesty at the Royal Lodge at Windsor Castle to discuss the pending sexual assault trial against him.

According to Angela Levin, a veteran British journalist – and official royal biographer – the Duke of York had taken his lawyer with him on the journey, but when they arrived his lawyer was refused entry and had to wait in the car for Andrew to come back.

During this meeting, Prince Andrew was told by Queen Elizabeth that all his royal sponsorships and military titles were being stripped from him and that he had to fight the New York civil lawsuit as a private citizen. He was also reportedly told that he could no longer use the title of His Royal Highness “in any capacity”.

Prince Andrew now appears to have been cut adrift by immediate members of the Royal Family, with widespread rumors that Princes Charles and William are furious at the bad publicity and shame brought to the family by his ongoing trial for sexual assault with Virginie Guiffre, reported by geo.tv.

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Gérard Truchon

An experienced journalist in internal and global political affairs, she tackles political issues from all sides

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