Prince Andrew's presence could bring unwanted controversy to the Queen’s celebration: report
Queen Elizabeth's son Prince Andrew is set to make a dramatic return to duties for a key event alongside his mother.
Taking place at Windsor Castle on June 13, the Garter Day ceremony is one of the most important in the Royal Family’s calendar. The Duke of York will also be listed in the next day’s Court Circular, according to report.
Andrew will reportedly attend the event privately as a Knight. However, there are fears his presence could overshadow the Queen’s celebration, bringing unwanted controversy to the proceedings.
A source told The Telegraph that Andrew’s attendance is “standard practice”. This return comes just days before the disgraced prince will be listed with a stripped HRH title.