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Prince Andrew is underfire after spending £3,000 on a helicopter flight from London to Norfolk when he could have gone by train

Prince Andrew is underfire after spending £3,000 on a helicopter flight from London to Norfolk when he could have gone by train

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Air Miles Andy is at it again! Duke of York takes £3,000 helicopter flight on royal visit (even though he'll be just SEVEN miles away from the venue over Christmas) The Duke of York, dubbed 'Air Miles Andy', splashed out on the journey He travelled to a construction site in Bircham Newton, Norfolk on Thursday Prince Andrew could have used a train for £34.60 from London to Kings Lynn Prince Andrew is underfire after spending £3,000 on a helicopter flight from London to Norfolk when he could have gone by train. The Duke of York, dubbed 'Air Miles Andy', splashed out on the journey to a construction site in Bircham Newton on Thursday. He is due to be in Sandringham, the Queen's Christmas residence, in two weeks' time. The sixth-in-line to the throne could have used a train to get from K
Prince Andrew released a statement defending his daughters

Prince Andrew released a statement defending his daughters

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Prince Andrew has released a statement requesting that the media stop "speculation and innuendo" in regards to his two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Beatrice. He also spoke about reports that there was a rift between himself and his brother Prince Charles, calling the stories a "complete fabrication."   The full statement, which was posted on the Duke of York's official account, reads: "Over the past few weeks a number of stories have been run in various newspapers that have no basis of fact and the most recent, relating to my daughters, requires correction to terminate further speculation and innuendo. To clarify: It is a complete fabrication to suggest I have asked for any future husbands of the Princesses to have titles. There is no truth to the story that there cou...
Reports suggested that Andrew wrote a letter to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, demanding that his children, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, whom he refers to as “blood princesses”

Reports suggested that Andrew wrote a letter to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, demanding that his children, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, whom he refers to as “blood princesses”

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Prince Andrew has been forced to deny reports of a rift with his brother Prince Charles over his daughters' role as members of the Royal family. Sky News reports a statement from the Duke of York which states that "a number of stories" had been published over the past few weeks "that have no basis of fact". He added that "the most recent, relating to my daughters, requires correction to terminate further speculation and innuendo". The Duke said that suggestions he had asked for future husbands of Princesses Beatrice, 28, and Eugenie, 26, to have titles were "a complete fabrication". "There is no truth to the story that there could be a split between the Prince of Wales and I over my daughters' participation as member of the Royal Family and any continued speculation is pointless," he...
Prince Andrew has been accused of an ‘extraordinary’ intervention in politics by complaining

Prince Andrew has been accused of an ‘extraordinary’ intervention in politics by complaining

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Fury over Prince Andrew the meddler as he says leaving EU and the possible election of Donald Trump may 'tear things apart' Royal risked breaching convention with jibe about Brexit at private dinner Said to have suggested the vote to leave the EU could 'tear things apart' Also appeared to criticise US presidential hopeful Donald Trump Tory and Labour MPs condemn the remarks as interfering in politics Prince Andrew has been accused of an 'extraordinary' intervention in politics by complaining that Brexit risks 'tearing everything apart'. The remarks, said to have been made during a speech to business figures during a private dinner at Windsor Castle last week, opened the Prince to accusations of meddling. By convention Royals are meant to stay out of politics - and have been especially...
Prince Charles reportedly rejected the proposal amid concerns it would affect his popularity when he becomes king

Prince Charles reportedly rejected the proposal amid concerns it would affect his popularity when he becomes king

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Queen 'at the centre of row between her sons as Prince Charles blocks Prince Andrew's request for Beatrice and Eugenie to be given full-time royal roles' Prince Andrew reportedly wants daughters to be given full-time royal roles Said Beatrice, 28, and Eugenie, 26, should also live at Kensington Palace The request was put to the Queen who passed it to Charles, it is claimed Charles is said to have blocked the move amid concerns over popularity The Queen has been pulled into the centre of a row between her sons over the role Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie should play within the Royal Family, it has been reported. Prince Andrew, 56, is said to want his daughters to carry out royal duties full-time, giving them roles similar to their cousins Prince William and Prince Harry. He als...
Prince Andrew’s public role has often attracted controversy but his private life is even more intriguing

Prince Andrew’s public role has often attracted controversy but his private life is even more intriguing

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I can reveal the Queen’s second son has been holding secret talks at Buckingham Palace with Father Michael Seed, the celebrity priest who helped convert Tony Blair, former Tory minister Ann Widdecombe and the Duchess of Kent to Roman Catholicism. It seems unlikely that Andrew, whose mother is Supreme Governor of the Church of England, would consider going over to Rome, so what was Fr Michael doing at the Palace? ‘I really cannot make any comment as I am a priest,’ he tells me. Adding to the intrigue, the meetings were not recorded in the Court Circular, the official record of royal engagements. Fr Michael, who is one of Britain’s most prominent Catholic priests, hit the headlines five years ago when he admitted arranging papal knighthoods for wealthy businessmen for money. Papal kni
Heart Breaking News About Princess Beatrice Daughter of Prince Andrew

Heart Breaking News About Princess Beatrice Daughter of Prince Andrew

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Princess Beatrice, 27, daughter of Prince Andrew and fifth grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II, has ended her 10-year relationship with businessman Dave Clark, 32. The princess was reportedly tired of waiting for Clark to propose marriage. A source close to Beatrice told Mail Online on Sunday: "After 10 years together, Beatrice and Dave had to wonder why they were not married. They talked it through and decided to take time apart to reflect on the future. They remain friends and the decision to break up was mutual". Members of the Royal Family are said to be "shocked and saddened" by the news, especially the princess' mother. The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, is said to be taking the split particularly hard. "Sarah considers Dave to be part of the family," another source told Mail Onli...

Duke of York’s office urged crown estate to sell London house to tycoon who bought Andrew’s house for £3m over asking price

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Prince Andrew at a commemoration service in Manchester for the Battle of the Somme centenary. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Prince Andrew acted as a broker for a Kazakh oligarch who wanted to buy a London home from the Queen’s estate, documents released under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed. The Duke of York’s office tried to secure a crown estate property near Kensington Palace for the oil and gas tycoon Timur Kulibayev at the same time as his marital home of Sunninghill Park was being sold to the billionaire for £3m over the asking price. The duke was a government trade envoy at the time of the attempted deal for Kulibayev, son-in-law of the Kazakh president, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Its emergence is likely to fuel calls for further investigati