Prince Andrew wants to be a "full member" of the royal family

Prince Andrew wants to be a “full member” of the royal family

Victim Virginia Joffrey filed a report. Andrew vehemently denied, but nevertheless agreed to a multi-million euro settlement to avoid a lawsuit.

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Andrew has asked Queen Elizabeth for compensation as a colonel in the Grenadier Guard, according to The Telegraph. He will also push to be allowed to participate again as a member of the royal family at official events.

A source told the British newspaper that “the rank of the Grenadier guard was his dearest title and Andrew wants to restore it.” It is reported that the prince also urged Elizabeth that his two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, become working royals.

Most important to Andrew, however, is his standing as HRH. He also wants to get that title back. In addition, he is still the ninth in the line of succession to the throne. This includes the role of the State Counsellor. Typically, this role is filled by the current monarch’s husband and the next four seniors in the line of succession, currently Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, and thus Andrew. The position includes all kinds of perks, which is why the disgraced king wants to become a working member of the royal family again.

A final word with Elizabeth

Whether that will happen is highly questionable. Elizabeth’s last word, but Charles would have already indicated that he didn’t feel much about it. There is talk within the family about a position for the now 62-year-old Andrew, but what that should look like remains unclear.

Tomorrow, Prince Andrew will appear in public for the first time in a long time. He and other members of the royal family attend the annual Rabat Medal Ceremony at Windsor Castle. It will be his first official appearance since Prince Philip’s memorial service in March.

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