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Charles Refused to answer questions about Prince Andrew’s case because of Queen CUTS’ relationship with the Duke

Prince Andrew ‘likes to remind lesser commoners of his regal position’

According to diplomats who have worked with the prince, being stripped of the “His Royal Highness” style of respect would be particularly painful for Prince Andrew, who frequently reminds “lowly commoners” of his position. his regal position, according to diplomats who had worked with the prince.

A former British diplomat who accompanied Andrew on his supposed trade-boosting visit to the Middle East has described him as a “damn parasite” who does more harm than good when he supposed to represent Great Britain.

Simon Wilson, former deputy chief of the British mission to Bahrain, revealed that officials have nicknamed Andrew “HBH”, or “His Princess Buffoon”, because of the way he would do the opposite of anyone. what was agreed upon before the visit with the staff.

Mr Wilson said: ‘Colleagues see this behavior as due to the prince’s guilt about being mentally challenged.

Sir Ivor Roberts, a former ambassador to Rome, also described how Andrew “coaxed people down the wrong path”, leaving his diplomatic team to clean up the mess he had made.

Sir Ivor added: “When a head of a major fashion house introduced himself to Andrew, he rudely replied: ‘Never heard of you. “

https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8186294/queen-elizabeth-prince-andrew-latest-royal-family-news-charles/ Charles Refused to answer questions about Prince Andrew’s case because of Queen CUTS’ relationship with the Duke

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