Prince Andrew urged to ‘go quietly in an altruistic move’ to aid Queen Elizabeth: report -check

 

Experts believe Prince Andrew should ‘go quietly in an altruistic move’ to help his mother, Queen Elizabeth after his abuse case.

 

 

This claim’s been made by the co-author of the Royal Fever, Cele Otnes and during their interview with Express, “I think the most altruistic move Prince Andrew can offer Her Majesty and the royal brand is to step away completely from any visible role in the Royal Family.”

 

 

“In agreeing to go quietly, perhaps he can negotiate with Prince Charles to grant his daughters meaningful roles and visibility within the Firm.”

 

 

Queen Elizabeth ‘was always wary’ of Prince Charles’ mentor: report

Experts claim Queen Elizabeth always maintained a certain level of distrust with Prince Charles’ mentor and to this day, maintains wary.

 

 

This claim’s been made by royal author Andrew Lownie and during his interview with Express he admitted, “The Queen had known Mountbatten since she was a girl and relied on his advice when she first came to the throne in 1953 but she was always wary of him.”

 

 

He also went on to say, “Mountbatten made much of his closeness to the Queen but it is debatable whether she always took his advice.”

 

 

“He was regarded as pushy but useful so he was sent, for example, to recover royal artefacts and letters for the Royal Archives after the death of the Duke of Windsor.”

 

 

In regards to their personal relationship, Mr Lownie claimed, “Mountbatten was probably the single greatest influence on Prince Charles, who called him his ‘honorary grandfather’.”

 

 

“It was Mountbatten, who had no sons and vast experience of public life including being Viceroy of India, who took the future heir under his wing and taught him about his role.”

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