The Sussex couple’s and Prince Andrew’s bio pages remain visible on the Royal website.
The British Royal Family has faced tons of controversies in recent months.
Aside from the Sussex couple, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s exit, there is also the shocking stepping down of Prince Andrew.
With the respective departures from the royal scene, they have seemingly continued to live a more private life behind closed doors. While Queen Elizabeth has, reportedly, maintained a good relationship with the former working royals, sources said that the links of their social media accounts are no longer visible on the royal website.
The royal website has deleted the social links
A day before Finding Freedom‘s official release, Us Weekly reported that the official website of the British Royal Family has already deleted the social links and handles of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Duke of York. Reports noted, however, that the website still carries their biography pages, which royal fans and watchers may continue to check.
The links to the social media accounts of the rest of the family, however, have remained intact on the website. These members include Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex exited in March
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their desire to step down in January. It became a “bombshell” headline for many royal fans and supporters. As reported, adding no one expected it, despite all the controversies they faced within the royal fold.
Following all the talks about their exit, Queen Elizabeth released a statement about “Megxit,” stating that she supports the decision of the Sussex couple. They relocated to Canada for a while before rounding up all of their royal engagements. On March 31, the Duke and Duchess officially departed their posts in the British Monarchy.
Prince Andrew stepped back from his royal duties
Months before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their plans to step down, Prince Andrew spoke about his side on social media, according to In Touch Weekly. He stated that he asked Queen Elizabeth if he could do it to eliminate the “major disruptions” that his affiliations to Jeffrey Epstein have caused to his family and patronages.
The Queen, reportedly, gave her permission to her son. In the end, the Duke of York added that he “unequivocally” regrets his “ill-judged association” with the infamous Jeffrey Epstein.
Since their exits from their posts as working royals, they have continued to live behind the royal scene. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the United States, while Prince Andrew in the United Kingdom.