Prince Andrew ‘serves no other purpose than to distract and make headlines’

Vanity Fair Royal Editor Katie Nicholl says Prince Andrew serves no other purpose than

Vanity Fair Royal Editor Katie Nicholl says Prince Andrew serves no other purpose than “to distract and make headlines for the wrong reasons”. Prince Andrew will appear as a knight alongside the Queen on June 13 at Windsor Castle, and his name will appear in Court Circular the following day. Earlier this year, The Duke of York and Virginia Giuffre reached an out-of-court settlement in the US civil assault case. “The problem is… the optics and for someone who is out of court and all the kind of obscure picture of that, really, at a time when we want to see the Roya family united and at its best and behind the Queen, we have Need Andrew to come along?” she told Sky News Australia presenter Piers Morgan. “It would have been graceful to quietly leave.” Vanity Fair Royal Editor Katie Nicholl says Prince Andrew serves no other purpose than “to distract and make headlines for the wrong reasons”. Prince Andrew will appear as a knight alongside the Queen on June 13 at Windsor Castle, and his name will appear in Court Circular the following day. Earlier this year, The Duke of York and Virginia Giuffre reached an out-of-court settlement in the US civil assault case. “The problem is… the optics and for someone who is out of court and all the kind of obscure picture of that, really, at a time when we want to see the Roya family united and at its best and behind the Queen, we have Need Andrew to come along?” she told Sky News Australia presenter Piers Morgan. “It would have been graceful to quietly leave.”

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