Queen Elizabeth news: Public outrage as Prince Andrew WILL attend Prince Phillip service after sex assault case


PRINCE Andrew will attend Prince Phillip’s thanksgiving service next week in his first public appearance since the sex assault case, his spokesman has revealed.

The service at Westminster Abbey will celebrate the life of his father, Prince Philip, who died last year.

The Duke of York will be making his first public appearance since he paid a £7 million settlement to Virginia Giuffre to drop the civil sex assault case brought against him in the US.

Prince Harry has already said he will not be attending but The Queen is expected to attend the service next Tuesday.

Prince Andrew rejected any claims of wrongdoing after agreeing to make payments to Ms Giuffre and her victims’ rights charity in a settlement which  ended the prospect of a trial in New York.

But there have been questions about the prince’s reputational damage and his future role in royal events.

Royal fans took to Twitter to express their outrage.

One said: “No no no! We don’t want to see him in public ever! If he must attend then the service shouldn’t be aired!”

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