Prince Andrew Isn’t Flexible Because He’s Never Lived Outside Royal Life

At Trooping of the Color, where his brother King Charles was being honored, Prince Andrew probably felt left out.

In an interview with GB News, the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, said that Andrew feels “completely lost.”

Seward said, “He really is in a gilded cage, unable really to do anything.” “He’s never apologized to those women, and I think he just doesn’t understand what he’s done.”

After the sex abuse incident involving his friend Jeffrey Epstein came to light, Prince Andrew lost his military titles and royal patronages.

“I think he’s completely lost, and I’m sure he’s probably very very depressed, especially seeing all his family riding at the Trooping on Saturday when only a few years before he was doing the same thing.”

Since two years ago, the shamed royal has been banned from going to the event. To honor the Knights of the Garter, King Charles and the rest of the Royal Family take part in the parade and service on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

“Remember, he’s never known anything else except military and royal, and he’s not adaptable, he’s not popular, and therefore he has not been able to find anything else in his life so far as we know.”

Before, it was said that the King might be changing his mind about his younger brother because he let him wear his Garter robes to the Coronation last month. But the two brothers are in a fight over their homes because Andre won’t leave Royal Lodge and move to Frogmore Cottage.