Prince Andrew is Staging a ‘Comeback’ – Which Nobody is Asking For

  • Prince Andrew is reportedly trying to “stage a comeback.”
  • Some reports suggest that he’s acting more mature than before, which is part of his campaign to make a comeback.
  • But according to both the British and American public, no one wants it but him.

Prince Andrew is trying to stage a comeback.

According to one new report, the disgraced Duke is showing a more mature level than he had in the past, supporting the monarchy both publicly and privately, in an attempt to get back into everyone’s good graces.

He’s apparently doing his best to distance himself from this infamous interview, which you can see in the video below.

But according to another new report, no one really wants to see a “new and improved Duke” on either side of the pond. And that, frankly, is a good thing.

Prince Andrew Wants To ‘Serve His Country’

A source close to the Duke of York spoke to Vanity Fair, and said that Prince Andrew — whose incontrovertible ties to disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein caused him to resign from all his roles in the British royal family, and subsequently got removed from the official British royal family website — is trying his hardest to show that he’s a changed man who deserves another chance with the Windsors.

The duke is spending time working out how he can serve his country and support the monarchy in the future, and what else he might want to do with his life. He’s locked down at Royal Lodge, thinking about his future service and public role. He has some clear thoughts. He’s very sensitive to the public mood and acutely conscious that the public are the most important stakeholder. He feels he has support from the family, very much so, including all his siblings and his parents.

Well, that’s lovely for him. As the old saying goes, though, no one on either side of the pond is itching to get Prince Andrew back in the spotlight.

The British and Americans Seem To Agree On This

While the British press (and the British public) seem to excoriate Meghan Markle at every turn — in contrast to Americans, who view her story as a modern-day Cinderella tale — both sides of the pond seem to agree that Prince Andrew can stay right where he is.

While the British press seems to be more tempered in their assertions, the British public has no problem calling him a nonce, amongst other terms.

Prince Andrew
I was today years old when I learned that “nonce” — a term frequently bandied about in England to describe Prince Andrew — is British slang for “pedophile.” I learned something today. | Source: Twitter

On American shores, however, the Yanks are a little blunter: don’t nobody want this mess but him.

Either way, however, Prince Andrew is long overdue to face the consequences of his actions. Let’s not reward him with a “comeback” anytime soon.

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6 thoughts on “Prince Andrew is Staging a ‘Comeback’ – Which Nobody is Asking For”

  1. What’s amazing is that while Andrew is vilified an Ex President is NOT! He had more trips AND in the meantime #$%& an intern in the Oval Office! Can we strip him of his titles and retirement income that US taxpayers are paying?

  2. Correction: Most of us in the US do NOT regard Meghan Markle as a modern day Cinderella! We are sick of her here, too, and see her for the grifter she most certainly is. And we also have a very low opinion of her puppet prince!

    • Meghan is a modern snake oil salesman. Step right up and watch my parlor trick – turning a fine prince into a frog!! And along the way I get to be relevant and rich beyond my wildest dreams!

  3. Toooo funny. Randy Andy should get back on stage. He needs to become awoke so that ha and his niece and nephew, the markle’s can change the world. This is awesome!!! The royal family could not look much worse. I hear Andy is going to relocate to santa Barbara so he can help babysit archive with sparkles mother.

    Bring it on….

  4. Reports are that Prince Andrew will not be undertaking public duties any time soon – so the writer’s entire piece, based on a single article not from, say The Washington Post or The New York Times, is to be wondered at. Is it a distraction (if so, from what?)? Is it a slow Meghan news day, as there no fresh perceived criticism of Meghan (note mention of Meghan in an article about Andrew)? As journalism, this is pretty much below the mark – oh wait, this is PR, isn’t it?


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