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Entertainment

Web Desk
October 25, 2020

Prince Andrew maps out royal redemption so ‘he can serve the monarchy’

Entertainment

Web Desk
Sun, Oct 25, 2020
Prince Andrew maps out royal redemption so ‘he can serve the monarchy’

With Prince Andrew’s royal scandal now behind him, it appears the spare to the throne is working upon making his way back into the royal fold, reportedly with only the monarchy’s best interests at heart.

The Duke is reportedly pouring in all of his efforts to ensure his return occurs “in the foreseeable future.” Mainly to get away from his image as a “busted flush.”

According to a source close to The Times, “The duke is spending time working out how he can serve his country and support the monarchy in the future, and what else he might want to do with his life.”

“He's locked down at Royal Lodge [his home on the Queen's Windsor estate], thinking about his future service and public role. He has some clear thoughts.”

“He's very sensitive to the public mood and acutely conscious that the public are the most important stakeholder. He feels he has support from the family, very much so, including all his siblings and his parents."

However, there have been no official confirmations made by the Firm in regards to Prince Andrew’s future royal prospects as of yet.