Prince Andrew has ‘visited Charles many times’ after cancer diagnosis: ‘Tried to boost him’

Angela Levin and Prince Andrew

Andrew has paid Charles several visits during his battle with cancer, says Angela Levin

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 03/04/2024

- 21:09

The Duke of York was seen on Easter Sunday at St George’s Chapel

Prince Andrew is paying regular visits to King Charles in a bid to ‘boost’ the monarch in his battle with cancer, according to royal author Angela Levin.

The Duke of York was seen on Easter Sunday at St George’s Chapel in Windsor as he made a surprise appearance at the King’s first public appearance since his diagnosis.

Speaking on GBN America, Levin said it is a sign of the family ‘sticking together’ during a tough time.

“We all saw him going down for Christmas at the church in Windsor”, she said.

Angela Levin

Angela Levin says Andrew is paying regular visits to Charles


“We have to have the difference between a working royal and a part of the family.

“King Charles believes that the family needs to stick together.


“He has actually visited Charles many times and tried to boost him and be kind and nice. So I don’t think you can say, ‘now you can’t come to church’.

“I think that’s what people are thinking. He didn’t go over to shake hands with the many people who were there that may have taken their hands away, well they might or might not.”

Speaking on Andrew ‘going first’ at the service as the royals arrived at the chapel, Levin said this is because the Duke of York was deemed the ‘least important’.

“I think that’s the rules with the Royal Family”, he said.

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Angela Levin and Nana Akua

Angela Levin joined Nana Akua on GBN America


“The least important goes first and the most important, the King and Queen, go last, so he went first.

“So in an ironic way, they think of him as the lowest one as he’s leading them into church.”

It comes ahead of a brand new Netflix production dramatising Andrew’s explosive BBC Newsnight interview in 2019.

‘Scoop’ will shed a light on Andrew’s decision to address his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

The interview was widely regarded as a ‘car crash’ and has resulted in damage to the Duke’s reputation, but he has always denied any wrongdoing.

Levin hit out at the production, saying she is ‘bored’ hearing about the interview.

“I think this will be an unpleasant way of knocking the Royal Family”, she said.

“I think this is for anti-monarchists who would actually like to kill off the Royal Family.

“We’ve had enough of it.”

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