Prince Andrew's Twitter account deleted, days after royal loses military titles and charities

Prince Andrew's Twitter account has been deleted, days after the Queen stripped him of his honorary military titles and charities

Europe, Prince Andrew's Twitter Account Deleted

1/20/2022 4:08:00 PM

Prince Andrew's Twitter account has been deleted, days after the Queen stripped him of his honorary military titles and charities

Prince Andrew's Twitter account has been deleted, days after the Queen stripped him of his honorary military titles and charities.

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This was the worst blow… No more social… 😂 Can anyone imagine how awful it must be, for a parent to have their children's shortcomings/perversions exposed to the world? I can't! Funny no word from the queen about her baby boy. He might as well go and live with Harry and Meghan. No country for a fallen man. 😂

Money and sex - the ultimate causes of destruction of a weak man. Damn Pedafile I'm here to show my appreciation to TarellaCampbel who took me out from zero to hero. I'm so glad to be among your winning team ma'am and I will always show my gratitude and work with you always. Andrew's Twitter account. Lock him and his buddy Trump up!

Prince Andrew won’t come to US for sex-assault testimony, sources sayPrince Andrew won't come to US for sex-assault testimony, sources say Nope ... bc they will keep him Better just to send the deposition He had no problem when asked to come in Ep's townhome. He seems to have a problem coming which is unbecoming of him

Uh, Prince Andrew Has a Teddy Bear Collection?A new documentary claims he yelled at staff who didn’t arrange his stuffed animals to his liking. I cant read sh*t

Prince Andrew would ‘scream’ if his stuffed toys were misplaced, ex-guard claimsFormer royal protection officer Paul Page described the teddy bears that he saw in the palace in the six years that he worked there, starting when Andrew was 38. What has that privalage and education produced. Monacy wants a clean sweep if it's to survive this sordid soap opera. Proud British people are ashamed at what we held most dear our Monacy. No jubilee 4 me and my friends. Most people collect something. Most people don't have help at home who move things around the wrong way (and tell the owner's reaction to the press slightly exaggerated). They were all worthless Beane Babies! Now he is mad that Maxwell Is releasing NFT'S of his victims!

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Emma Stone Had Appropriate Response to Ex Andrew Garfield's Lie About Spider-ManGarfield claimed that Stone 'kept on texting' him about the movie and, frankly, we just want to know what else they text about.

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London (CNN) Visitors to the prince's official Twitter page, @TheDukeofYork, which has previously been tagged in posts by the official royal family Twitter handle, are now met with a blank page and a message stating"this account doesn't exist."The bio on the page used to read"The Official Twitter Account for The Duke of York" and his own tweets were signed off with"AY," according to PA Media news agency. An account on YouTube is also no longer available, PA Media reports. The prince still appears to have an official Instagram account, though this has recently been made private, meaning followers must request access to the page.What to know about Prince Andrew's sexual abuse lawsuit in the USBuckingham Palace has also updated its official website to reflect moves taken by the royal family to distance themselves from the Duke of York, who is facing a civil sexual assault trial in the US.Read MoreWhen contacted by CNN Thursday, Buckingham Palace said in a statement:"Changes have been made to reflect the recent statement from Buckingham Palace regarding The Duke of York."On the British monarchy's official website, the Queen's second son still has a page reflecting his dukedom. However, at the top of the Duke of York page, it now refers to the Queen's January 13 statement announcing his loss of titles and patronages."Prior to stepping back from public life, The Duke of York undertook a wide range of public work, with a strong economic and business focus," a statement on Prince Andrew's page now reads.On a separate subhead, titled"Supporting the Queen," Andrew's former duties are detailed in the past tense. For example, it states:"An important part of The Duke of York's role was to support The Queen's work as Head of State. He did this through representing Her Majesty at events and visits in the UK and abroad; receiving Heads of State and Government officials, and attending state and ceremonial occasions."Last week, a New York judged ruled against a motion by Andrew's legal team to dismiss a civil lawsuit brought against him by Virginia Giuffre, who alleges she was trafficked by disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and forced to perform sex acts with the prince at the age of 17. Andrew has vigorously denied those claims.Sign up to CNN's Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on the royal family, what they are up to in public and what's happening behind palace walls.