Prince Andrew ‘can’t come back into royal world’ says Seward
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Prince Andrew could never return to some form of royal role after he stepped back from his former duties in November 2019 following the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, claimed the royal commentator. As one of the Queen’s children, the Duke of York was prominent in royal life and was a Patron to a number of charities and organizations, and regularly conducted his own royal engagements as a representative of the Crown.
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“I just wondering whether you feel therefore, regardless of what happens to any appeal, whether you feel he is so tarnished, that he could actually disappear from view, or should disappear from view and whether that’s even possible?”
Ms Seward added: “I mean, I think people’s memories are short. But I think that ideally for Prince Andrew, maybe he could go and live abroad.
“I mean, he is very tarnished here, look at the monarchy.
“Next year, we’re going to be seeing all his siblings helping his mother the Queen, but he won’t be able to be there.
“I just cannot imagine what he’s going to do with his life.
“People won’t forget, but it will drop out of their main memory bank.
“I think personally that he would have to go and live somewhere else and start a new life.
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