Prince Andrew will be able to keep his important royal role when his brother becomes king, reports The Sun.

    Prince Andrew’s reportedly continuing in his role as state advisor to his brother the king Charles’s coming to power. Andrew also played the role of his mother’s queen Elizabeth’s while in power.

    Despite the uproar, Andrew has so far been allowed to keep the title of Counselor of State, which signifies the role of a state advisor. Counselors of State are senior members of the British royal family to whom the monarch can delegate royal duties.

    In practice, the role means that Andrew can be assigned tasks assigned to his brother King Charles, if the king is unable to handle them himself due to illness or a trip abroad.

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    Prince Andrew withdrew from the public eye in 2019 when he was linked to a sex crime ring. With the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth, he has been seen in public representing for a long time.

    At the beginning of the year, Andrew was accused of sexual abuse. Filed the charge Virginia Giuffre – a woman who claimed that the prince sexually abused her when she was 17 years old. The prince avoided a civil trial with an out-of-court agreement whereby he agreed to pay more than 14 million euros in compensation to Giuffre.

    At the beginning of the year, Andrew lost at least 11 different titles of colonel and admiral due to the uproar. Andrew was, for example, a patron of the blind and visually impaired organization and several golf clubs. The tasks in question were distributed to other members of the royal family.

    The prefix “His Royal Highness” is also no longer used for Andrew. However, he was allowed to keep the title of prince, and he is eighth in line to the crown after his older brother King Charles. Andrew also held the following titles: Duke of York, Vice-Admiral of the Fleet, Counselor of State and Knight of the Garter.

    Earlier this week, it was reported that due to the recent uproar, Andrew will not be allowed to appear in his military uniform during his late mother’s mourning, with one exception. According to the newspaper’s information, Andrew has been given special permission to dress in uniform exclusively for the event organized in Westminster Hall.

    Source: The Sun