Prince Andrew has been advised not to seek help from his brother Prince Charles to save his title as Duke of York, and a royal expert said the future king would not offer any help.
Disgraced Prince Andrew, who recently settled a sexual abuse case in court, is facing mounting pressure to relinquish his dukedom after York city council members voted to strip him of the ‘liberty of the city’ honour. on Wednesday.
Councilor Aisling Musson even went so far as to call his association with the City of York a “stain”.
Commenting on the same, royal expert Jennie Bond said GB News: “I think if this were to go to Parliament, I don’t think in any way Charles would stand up for his brother and say, ‘No, you shouldn’t take away his dukedom.'”
Presenter Eamonn Holmes then asked, “Jennie, you said mothers support their children, but would brothers support their brother?”
To this, Bond replied: “I don’t think there’s much of a bond between Charles and Andrew and the other brothers. I mean, I’m sure they love him like any other family loves their siblings, but I don’t think they would in any public way support him coming back into public life.”