Prince Andrew Attends King Charles’ Coronation
Prince Andrew, Duke of York, attended the coronation ceremony of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. However, his entrance was met with boos from the crowds and he was criticized for his alleged involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.
Prince Andrew Booed by Crowds
According to an article by The Independent, Prince Andrew was booed by crowds as he arrived at King’s Cross station to travel to the coronation ceremony. The Duke of York has faced criticism over his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged involvement in the sex trafficking scandal.
The US Sun
The US Sun also reported on the crowds booing Prince Andrew as he made his way to the coronation. However, they also reported that the Duke of York appeared to laugh as he left the ceremony in his ceremonial robes, despite the controversy surrounding him.
Prince Andrew’s Role in the Coronation
Buckingham Palace Announcement
Before the coronation, Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Andrew and Prince Harry would not have any role in the service. This decision was made in light of the controversy surrounding both princes.
Prince Andrew’s Seating Arrangements
According to The Independent, Prince Andrew was seated in a section of the Abbey that is reserved for members of the royal family who are not in the line of succession. This seating arrangement was seen as a way of distancing the Duke of York from the rest of the royal family.
Prince Andrew’s attendance at King Charles’ coronation was met with controversy and criticism. However, he did attend the ceremony and was seated with other members of the royal family. Despite being booed by crowds, Prince Andrew appeared to take the situation in stride and even laughed as he left the ceremony in his ceremonial robes.