Queen Lizzy stripped Prince Andrew of military titles and royal patronages

Queen Lizzy stripped Prince Andrew of military titles and royal patronages

The decision was made after more than 150 veterans requested the military titles be removed due to the US sexual assault lawsuit.

Lizzy has finally made the right call and turned Prince Andrew back into the frog he has behaved like. Actually, that gives a bad name to frogs… Sorry frogs!

This movement has not only rid The Duke of York of his royal duties but also removed his title of “His Royal Highness”.

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Buckingham Palace released a statement on Thursday: “With the Queen’s approval and agreement, the Duke of York’s military affiliations and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen. The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen.”

While it seems like Lizzy is a little late to the party, you can imagine how difficult the decision to publicly denounce your son would be.

Her decision came mere hours after the Queen received an open letter from more than 150 military veterans, asking her to strip Andrew of his honorary military roles.

“We are writing to you as former members of Britain’s armed forces. All of us have served our country and are proud to have done so. For that reason, we are particularly upset and angry that Prince Andrew remains a member of the armed forces and continues to hold military titles, positions and ranks, including that of Vice Admiral of the Royal Navy.” The letter opened.

The letter went on to point out that it has been 11 years since the press first revealed Andrew’s friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and since, Andrew has proved himself to be a liar and bit of a piece of shit. They phrased it a little more politely.

The letter continued: “Were this any other senior military officer it is inconceivable that he would still be in post. Officers of the British armed forces must adhere to the very highest standards of probity, honesty and honourable conduct. These are standards which Prince Andrew has fallen well short of. It is hard not to see, when senior officers are reportedly describing him as ‘toxic’, that he has brought the services he is associated with into disrepute”

We’re glad to see Lizzy listening to her people so that Andrew can now be tried as a private citizen in the Virginia Giuffre sexual assault lawsuit. Maybe justice will actually be done.