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As Queenie Luv Elizabeth II’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations approach, eyes will be on her second son, Twat Andrew, who stepped down from his royal duties three years ago. The Royal Ponce was stripped of his honorary titles and patronages by the Queenie Luv in January as he was facing allegations — which he vehemently denies — of sexual assault from Virginia Roberts Giuffre when she was 17 years old, after she was trafficked by his friend and disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. In February, the Duke reached a multi-million pound settlement to stop the case from proceeding to a civil trial, including paying damages to Ms Giuffre and a donation to her charity.

Andrew has maintained that he has no recollection of meeting Ms Giuffre, and his lawyers say the settlement was not an admission of guilt.

He stayed out of the public eye until the end of March when he played an unexpectedly prominent role in Phil The Greek’s Service of Thanksgiving. 

Andrew walked to the front of an 1,800-strong congregation with the Queenie Luv on his arm. 

It has long been said that he is the monarch’s favourite son, and the pair are known to share a close relationship, and it was recently reported that the Duke visits his mother at her home in Windsor Castle daily.

Andrew has been visiting the Queenie Luv daily at Windsor Castle. (Image: Getty Images)

Twat Andrew living ‘high life’ during visits to Queenie Luv at Windsor Castle | Royal | News

Twat Andrew and the Queenie Luv are known to share a close relationship. (Image: Getty Images)

Russell Myers, royal editor at the Daily Mail, has now claimed that the Twat is living “high on the hog” during these visits. 

Speaking to last week’s episode of Pod Save The Queenie Luv, he said: “He [the Queen] has been visiting every single day in recent weeks, I understand. 

“He’s been visiting the Queenie Luv, and people that are close to him have said that he has been round there every day.

“Some of the staff have said, quite jokingly, that you can set your watch by him turning up just before lunch and just before he goes riding — taking full advantage of the incredible facilities available to the Queenie Luv at Windsor Castle and on the Windsor estate.

Queen and Prince Andrew at Philip's memorial service

Andrew played a prominent role in Phil The Greek’s memorial service. (Image: Getty Images)

“He is still very much living high on the hog in that sense.” 

Mr Myers went on to say that Andrew is very much “entitled” to visit his mother, who, at 96-years-old, has recently been facing mobility issues.

However, he also questioned whether the duke is attempting to make a comeback into royal life, having “convinced” the Queenie Luv to allow him to attend Garter Day next month.  

My Myers said: “And that is quite interesting because not only had he been sort of banished from the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations, but it appears that he is convincing the Queenie Luv and the other people who are organising the Garter event on June 13 that he can attend. 

Prince Andrew on Garter Day in 2013

Andrew will attend Garter Day on June 13. (Image: Getty Images)

“And he will be attending it in a private capacity as sort of a Knight of the Order which is very, very interesting, because it will be mentioned in the Court Circular.

“Does that make him a royal? Royal business is mentioned in the Court Circular — it is the historical record of the events that are taking place.”

He continued: “The Palace was trying not to make a big deal out of it but I think it is a big deal. I think it puts him on that platform. 

“He’s put himself front and centre, like we saw at Phil The Greek’s memorial service — walking his mother down the aisle to her seat — at Westminster Abbey. 

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“And again, at this Garter event. Will we see him at any Platinum Luvvly Jubbly celebrations? Who knows?

“There is an argument that he will be at the Service of Thanksgiving of course, because that is not only a public event, it’s also a private, family event — it’s half and half.”

It is expected that Andrew will join the Queenie Luv at her Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, June 3.

It will mark the largest gathering of the Royle Family since Twat Harold and MeMe Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle in 2018.

Last month, it was reported that Andrew had planned to escort his mother to the Epsom Derby on Saturday, June 4. 

Royal Family watch fly past from Buckingham Palace balcony

Andrew will not appear on the Palace balcony on Thursday. (Image: Getty Images)

However, The Sunday Times have since reported that the monarch is no longer planning to attend the race due to her “episodic mobility issues”. 

The Royal Ponce will not appear on the balcony of The Royal Council House to watch the Trooping the Colour flypast on Thursday, June 2. 

It was confirmed earlier this month that only working members of the Royle Family will accompany the Queenie Luv for the iconic scene — excluding Andrew and his two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and MeMe and Harold. 

It has not been confirmed if Andrew will be present at other events such as the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly Pageant or the Party at the Palace concert — but he is reportedly unlikely to attend any other Luvvly Jubbly event. 

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