Prince Andrew ‘being brought back into the fold’ by King Charles as monarch eyes royal reunification

Prince Andrew ‘being brought back into the fold’ by King Charles as monarch eyes royal reunification

Prince Andrew could be brought back into the royal fold

GB News
Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 14/04/2023

- 20:35

Updated: 15/04/2023

- 09:21

Andrew will attend the Coronation, but his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson will not

King Charles is eyeing up a royal reunification, and a role for Prince Andrew could be in the offing, according to a royal commentator.

It comes after the Duke of Sussex announced he would attend the King’s Coronation on May 6, but without his wife or children.

According to The Telegraph, The King is reported to be hopeful of “mending” family divisions, and sees the celebration as a perfect opportunity to do so.

The Duke of York could be among those brought back into the fold after years of battling a civil sexual assault case brought against him in the US by Virginia Giuffre.


Andrew has denied the allegations and settled the case in February.

Speaking on GB News, royal commentator Sarah Robertson said: “It’s been mooted that Prince Andrew is going to copy his nephew and write his own tell-all memoir.

“Apparently this is not the case. I’ve been told Andrew is standing behind his brother and Charles is using the Coronation as an opportunity to bring the family back together.

“He wants to bring Andrew back into the fold but in a private capacity, not a public capacity.

Sarah Robertson speaks on GB News

Sarah Robertson says King Charles is eyeing up a royal reunification

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“In gratitude, Andrew isn’t going to be doing a tell-all. We’re going to see him stay quiet for the foreseeable.”

It comes as Meghan Markle announced she will not be travelling to the UK for the event and will instead remain in the US.

The Palace said in a brief statement on Wednesday: “Buckingham Palace is pleased to confirm that the Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on 6th May.

“The Duchess of Sussex will remain in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.”

The news ends months of speculation as to whether the couple will attend after they both public criticised members of the Royal Family in a series of media publications.

Harry will be seen in a public setting with members of the Royal Family for the first time since he hit out at the royals in his memoirs.

But Harry’s trip to the UK will be brief and he will not be attending any other coronation-related events over the weekend such as the concert in Windsor, sources said.

He is expected to make a quick exit, flying back to the US to be with Meghan and the children, and in particular Archie.

Harry’s inflammatory claims were seen as damaging his fragile relationship with his brother, a future king, beyond repair, and further troubling his dealings with the King and the rest of the family.

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