British royal family under fire for Prince Andrew’s birthday wishes | Entertainment

British royal family under fire for Prince Andrew's birthday wishes |  Entertainment

This was probably done skillfully: in place of a direct birthday wish addressed to Prince Andrew, a photo of Prince Andrew when he was one was posted during a scene from the balcony and the scandalous prince’s birth was later presented as Queen Elizabeth’s main milestone. “On this day in 1960, the Queen safely delivered a son, the first child to be born to a reigning queen since 1857.”

However, Twitter followers still found the attention of the prince who had to quit his public posts on his birthday, inappropriate. Someone says “disappointed with this post,” “no shame,” another says. Another person is commenting on how “accurate” the hashtag was used on this day. “No hashtag Happy Birthday Prince Andrew.”

It is believed to be unfair that there has been so much criticism of Meghan and Harry after announcing Friday that they will not return as members of the royal family forever, while Andrew is said to be unharmed after the allegations of sexual assault on him. His ties with the late billionaire would offend Epstein.

There are also plenty of moments in his previous BBC interview, in which he denied having sex with alleged minor Epstein slave Virginia Joffrey, because he went to the pizzeria that day with his daughter.

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