Prince Andrew ‘to make first royal appearance’ in two months after missing Jubilee with Covid
- Matt Wilkinson
- 23:13, 10 Jun 2022
- Updated: 23:54, 10 Jun 2022
PRINCE Andrew will make his first royal appearance in 76 days to mark Garter Day on Monday, sources say.
The Duke of York, 62, “intends” to join members of the Royal Family at the annual ceremony at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
But he remains a member of the historic Order of the Garter.
Andrew, who missed the Platinum Jubilee celebrations with Covid, made his last public outing on March 29 when he walked the Queen into Westminster Abbey for Prince Philip’s thanksgiving service.
Duchess of Cornwall Camilla will be made a Royal Lady of the Order at the gathering.
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The Queen, 96, made it so in her New Year Honours shortly before announcing that the duchess would be Queen Consort when Prince Charles takes the throne.
Former PM Tony Blair, 69, will become a King’s Companion.
Buckingham Palace will say on the day if the Queen will attend.
Prince ‘is debt fool’
A SOCIALITE who was owed millions by Prince Andrew called him “an absolute fool” after allegations emerged that he owes another vast debt.
Isabelle de Rouvre, 74, settled with the Prince last year over £6million he owed after he bought her Swiss chalet in 2014.
Now it is claimed Andrew owes £1.6million to an unnamed couple, which allegedly came to light as he tried to sell the chalet to pay his sex accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Ms de Rouvre said: “I just cannot understand how he goes about his life.
“It is a tragedy and so bad for the Queen.”