Prince Andrew News: Prince Charles avoids the question of Prince Andrew being deprived of his royal titles

Prince Charles has certainly avoided a question about Prince Andrew, just a day after his brother was deprived of his royal titles.

Shared on Twitter by Sky News Scotland reporter James Matthews shows the video the Prince of Wales greeting some people while attending a royal engagement outdoors in Scotland.

In the midst of things, the reporter asks a question to the future king. Watch the full video above.

“Your Royal Highness, may I ask your views on your brother’s position, Prince Andrew?” he asks.

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Prince Charles avoids questions from the journalist that Prince Andrew has been deprived of his royal titles.
Prince Charles pointedly avoided a question about his brother. (Twitter / @jamesmatthewssky)

Charles fails to make eye contact with the reporter standing right in front of him, and as he tries to ask another question, members of the royal family’s entourage move him away.

The prince is then asked to greet some new people waiting for his company.

The video comes just a day after Prince Andrew was abandoned by his military titles, patronage and use of his HRH title by the Queen as he prepares for a looming case of sexual assault in the United States.

Talking about Show today, royal editor of Daily Mirror Russell Myers says he can not see Charles commenting publicly about his brother yet.

“I can not imagine it at the moment, it’s still a living civilian investigation,” Myers said.

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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew, Duke of York see a fly past from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping The Color, the Queen's annual birthday parade, June 8, 2019
The Queen led crisis negotiations in the run-up to announcing that her son would lose his titles. (Getty)

“I think the Queen’s statement said a lot about them making this decision …[that Andrew has been stripped of his titles]”I think that’s one of the last indignities in this long-running saga.”

On how the Queen handles the devastating situation, Myers says the monarch will definitely have a hard time.

“I think the Queen and the rest of the royal family have been completely indignant at that way [Andrew] has managed itself, “he says.

“He certainly has not done it the right way. He is still putting up this wall of silence, still trying to fight by going to court … I certainly do not think we have heard the last of this yet.”

According to royal expert Camilla Tominey, the decision to relinquish Andrew from his titles was concluded during a tense 45-minute discussion at Buckingham Palace with the next two generations of the monarchy, Charles and William.

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Peter Phillips and Prince Andrew, Duke of York at the funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle on 17 April 2021 in Windsor, England
Prince Andrew will serve as a private citizen in an upcoming lawsuit in the United States. (WPA Pool / Getty Images)

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The news has shaken the world as Andrew prepares to meet Virginia Giuffre’s civil lawsuit over sexual assault in the United States, after accusations that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17. The prince has consistently denied Giuffre’s allegations of sexual assault.

The allegations come after connections between the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew, with whom he maintained a friendship for some time.

Giuffre filed charges against Epstein, but now charges Andrew separately. Still, the royal’s lawyers have argued that Giuffre’s complaint should be rejected, citing a 2009 agreement she signed with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The news has reportedly “completely embarrassed” the royal family. The Queen has not decided to remove Andrew as Duke of York, with reports claiming that the monarch was reluctant to take the title away as it was an award which was also held by her father, Prince George VI.

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