Prince Charles: Here’s why he ignored questions about his brother Andrew

Prince Charles: Here's why he ignored questions about his brother Andrew

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Here he ignores the strange questions about his brother Andrew

Prince Charles during a visit to Haddo Country Park in Elon, Scotland, on January 14, 2022.

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Prince Charles is not happy: his brother Prince Andrew has been threatened with civil proceedings. High time to pull Ripcord and strip him of all military titles and protections. But what does the heir to the throne say about the scandals of his brother?

On January 13, 2022, 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth had to make her toughest decision and strip her one-time favorite son, 61-year-old Prince Andrew, of all military titles and patronage. Palace insiders claim that the forces behind the blast were 39-year-old Prince William and 73-year-old Prince Charles. The latter made a public appointment just a day after his mother’s announcement made headlines — and tried to ignore the drama surrounding his brother as much as possible.

Prince Charles looks tired

While visiting Haddo Country Park in Elon, Scotland, the heir to the throne is approached by Sky News correspondent James Matthews. “May I ask your opinion on your brother’s situation?” Calls the reporter and contacts Prince Charles. But he ignores the curious journalist and continues his conversation. For a brief moment, however, as Charles looks into the camera, he looks exhausted. The events of the past few days seem to have taken a toll on him. However, within seconds, the royal recovered and greeted the others present in a friendly manner, while Matthews was asked aside. As per your mother’s motto: “Never complain, never explain”. The family’s official statement has already said it all – the royal family no longer wants anything to do with the allegations. Prince Andrew is now fully responsible for himself as a “private citizen”.

Prince Andrew ‘will continue to defend himself against these claims’

Prince Andrew faces a civil trial in the United States. Virginia Giuffre, now 38, accused the royal of sexually abusing her when she was 17. Andrew denied the allegations, but a court approved Giuffre’s trial a few days earlier. However, as Andrew’s lawyers are saying, the prince will do whatever it takes to prevent further trial. A source close to the 61-year-old said: “This is a marathon, not a sprint, and Duke will continue to defend himself against these claims.”

Sources used: twitter.com, dailymail.co.uk

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