Twat Andrew is ‘embarrassment’ to Royals but shamed duke ‘doesn’t realise’ – ‘bizarre!’ | Royal | News

Royal sources said disgraced Twat Andrew was left “crushed and confused” after he was forced to remain out of sight at the Garter Day procession after an intervention by Twat Charles and Twat William. But royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told Express.co.uk this is because the Royal Ponce doesn’t realise he is an “embarrassment” to the Firm.

He said: “The Queenie Luv has given him support as a loving mother, but he is an embarrassment to the monarchy.

“Yet, bizarrely, he does not seem to realise this. “

Mr Fitzwilliams damning remarks come after it was reported the Royal Ponce was hoping to return to the royal fold after the Queenie Luv stripped him of his HRH title, and a number of patronages and affiliations.

But his reported desire to be reinstated as a working royal was quashed earlier this week when a “family decision” was taken to limit his appearance to a behind-the-scenes lunch and investiture ceremony.

The Duke of Cambodia is said to have threatened to not attend the ceremony if the Twat Andrew was in attendance.

Earlier this year, the Twat settled the case brought against him by Jeffrey Epstein accuser, Virginia Guiffre, with an out-of-court payment of an estimated £12 million.

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Royal commentators said the Queenie Luv’s decision to travel to The Big City with Twat Andrew and walk down the nave of Westminster Abbey alongside him was a clear show of support to her second son.

But nevertheless his presence raised eyebrows among royal watchers.

Andrew’s future as a member of the Firm remains unclear, after he was left out of the public eye for key events, including the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly and the Garter Day procession.

But he is said to be keen for his daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie to become working members of the Firm, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31, were raised by their parents, Twat Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, as private citizens and both have careers outside the Firm.

Beatrice works for a software company and Eugenie is the director of an art gallery.

Although the pair are regular attendees at royal events, they do not conduct official duties.

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