Queen Elizabeth II is prioritizing what is more important now. Unfortunately, Prince Andrew and his comeback are not on her list.
It has been a year since Queen Elizabeth II heard the most devastating news about the royal family. To recall, her favorite son appeared in a BBC interview where he explained his ties with Jeffrey Epstein.
After his appearance, the Duke of York stepped down from his position due to an unforeseeable future. However, he shows his desire to return now.
A year is undoubtedly enough for her to make a decision whether she will allow his return or not. But a royal commentator believes that Her Majesty will not spare a second to let him do so.
Goodbye, Prince Andrew?
On this day in 1960, Prince Andrew was born at Buckingham Palace, the first child born to a reigning monarch for 103 years.
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— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) February 19, 2020
ITV’S Chris Chip and Lizzie Robinson sat down for a conversation during the Royal Rota. The commentators discussed the possibility of Prince Andrew regaining his royal life.
Ship served the long-term plan on the table and showed the things the duke must follow before returning to his royal duties.
Although there is a way, the timing will surely not allow the Queen to consider his return.
“There were some reports last weekend that he was going to make some sort of comeback, which I thought was remarkable,” he said.
Ship also shared how no one would want to see him lead any event unless he settles all his issues.
Meanwhile, Robinson disclosed that she found the news extraordinary and how he wants to return despite the bombshell revelation.
“In order for that to happen there would have to be a resolution of the legal process,” Ship added. “Total exoneration on his part and his side of the story properly given.”
Bombshell interviews will not happen again
After the BBC interview, the royal commentators believe that Prince Andrew will now think twice about what interview he should do.
Moreover, revising his duties will be too impossible and early now as Ghislaine Maxwell is still yet to have her trial.
They also noted that Prince Andrew has not spoken with the FBI yet.
In the end, Ship and Robinson said that putting the duke in public light again is not the right move at the moment. Epstein’s issue is still on the top list, and Queen Elizabeth II would be criticized if she allows her son’s return.
Prince Andrew has denied the claims, but the victims keep on pointing out his relationship with the late offender.