Prince Andrew ‘furious’ over being banned from wearing velvet at coronation

Toby Melville/Reuters

Toby Melville/Reuters

Fresh from his deafening dismay when forced move into a small house with only five bedrooms The revelation comes that Prince Andrew is “furious” at his brother’s decision to “disrespect” him by banning him from wearing the flowing ceremonial velvet robes of the Order of the Garter. at the coronation.

Brewing lines reported by mirrorrecalls the confrontation between Andrew and the royal family at Prince Philip’s funeral.

Andrew was stripped of his royal role due to the unfolding of the Virginia Giuffre affair, but retained several military associations.

However, the royal family, especially Charles, were not at all keen on him to do so. I ordered you to wear it.

During the Queen’s funeral, Andrew also wore a black suit, while all his siblings wore military uniforms.

Lucky Prince Andrew was never actually made homeless by King Charles

The latest controversy involves his status as a member of the Knights of the Garter, an elite club of just 24 members appointed by the monarch and based on chivalric principles. It is made up of former prime ministers, senior royals, and other persons of worth.

Andrew, who paid Giuffre a settlement but denied ever remembering seeing her, was not expelled from the order by his mother. Since then, his attendance at Garter events has been problematic. Just last year, I was pulled out of the members’ public queue at the last minute.

Garter members can wear extravagant headpieces topped with ostrich feathers, stoat collars, and flowing velvet robes with pantaloons on the so-called “collar day.”

now, mirror Charles is thinking of telling Andrew to wear a dark suit on his big day.

According to their sources, he was “totally kept in the dark” about his role and required attire.

A royal insider said, “Andrew is furious. He’s already out of the role and now he feels disrespected and over what he is fully entitled to. instructed.”

Prince Charles reportedly chose not to wear the traditional silk stockings and trousers at his coronation, instead opting to wear military uniforms.

mirror Buckingham Palace said it had no comment.

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