Protesters arrested after calling Prince Andrew ‘sick old man’ during Edinburgh march

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The awe-inspiring silence that fell on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile today was shattered when protesters cried out loud and clear, “Andrew, you sick old man.” social media footage It appeared to show a young man being dragged to the floor by was after reported that he was arrested.

Marking the potential for controversy and confusion Prince Andrew’s participation in a public event surrounding his mother’s death, the interjection means that all four of the Queen’s children, including Prince Andrew, will be buried in the Queen’s coffin. Occurred when it formed a solemn procession behind it when pushed. Climb Edinburgh’s famous Royal Her Miles in her hearse to St Her Giles Cathedral. Behind the hearse, the King led Andrew, Edward, and Anne on foot, as was Anne’s husband, Lieutenant General Tim Lawrence. Queen Camilla and Sophie Wessex followed by car.

All of the brothers wore military uniforms, but Prince Andrew was stripped of his military affiliation when he was fired from public service over a sex incident stemming from his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. I have agreed to be allowed to wear military uniform when attending my mother’s wake, but will wear plain clothes for the funeral itself. Coffins can be seen in Scotland.

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