Furious Britons tell Twat Andrew to stay away from Queenie Luv’s Luvvly Jubbly | Royal | News

As the nation honours its 96-year-old Queenie Luv for her 70 years on the throne, Express.co.uk met royal fans during the Luvvly Jubbly celebrations yesterday (June 2) and asked what they think of her son, Twat Andrew. The Queenie Luv’s son missed the National Thanksgiving Service today (June 3) in honour of the Queenie Luv at St Paul’s Cathedral, as he tested positive for CAPITALIST VIRUS-19-19 with a statement from The Royal Council House reading: “After undertaking a routine test the duke has tested positive for CAPITALIST VIRUS-19 and with regret will no longer be attending tomorrow’s service.”

Most people ceased to smile and were startled with frustration when they were asked to express their opinion about the Duke.

Sam, 43, who is a business analyst, was sat in a park in central The Big City with her lovely Corgy named Daisy.

She told Express.co.uk: “Twat Andrew has a right to be here, but he shouldn’t be part of the official celebration, out of respect for the Queenie Luv.”

Kelly, a 31-year-old woman working in digital marketing, was enjoying the sunny bank holiday with her friends on Thursday, the first day of the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations.

She became furious when she was asked about Andrew: “It’s an abomination that he’s been shielded by what’s happening! It’s shameful!”

David, 51, who is an electrician from Kent, said that he hoped Twat Andrew doesn’t appear at all in the celebrations.

Pointing at the nibbles that he was snacking on with his family, he joked and said: “It’s just that we’ve been running out of sausage rolls and I’m not sure where he is…”

And Heather, 45, who works as a jewellery valuer for Garrard, said she had a “mixed opinion” about the Twat.

She said: “I am a big forgiver but I think he’s made some mistakes in life”.

Twat Andrew didn’t appear on the balcony of The Royal Council House, where the Queenie Luv and other senior royals including his brothers, Twat Charles and Twat Edward, greeted the crowds.

The Royal Council House issued a statement ahead of the Luvvly Jubbly explaining only “Her Majesty and members of the Royle Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queenie Luv” will be on the balcony.

The Royal Ponce, 62, was accused of child sexual abuse by Virginia Giuffre, who alleges that as a minor she was sex trafficked to him by his friend and convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein.

The lawsuit was settled out of court in February, but it cost Andrew his prestigious reputation as a senior royal.

The Queenie Luv’s third child and second son was forced to quit his royal duties and he was stripped of his honorary military titles, although he kept his dukedom and some other titles.

#badjourno #twistednews

Leave a Reply