Queen Elizabeth Cancels Prince Andrew’s 60th Birthday Party As Fall From Grace Over Epstein Hits Home


Walking scandal Prince Andrew’s fall from grace over Jeffrey Epstein is complete after word leaked to the British media that the Queen is canceling his big 60th birthday celebration.

Prince Andrew took part in a disastrous interview to try to explain away his relationship with convicted weirdo Jeffrey Epstein.

The interview backfired in such a way that Andrew has been effectively fired from his only ‘job’ doing royal duties.

He is said to have lost his office in the palace and is on the outs with Queen Elizabeth. He will talk to the FBI or French authorities who are also investigating Epstein.

Not good for the Prince who before this was called “Randy Andy” and it appears those nicknames have been born out.

From The Daily Mail:

The Queen has scrapped plans to host a party for Prince Andrew to mark his 60th birthday in February.

Instead, the monarch is said to be arranging a small family dinner for the Duke, according to The Sunday Times. His birthday is on February 19.

The news comes just days after the Queen effectively sacked him from his royal duties at the behest of her eldest son in the wake of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.

It has also emerged that Andrew’s bungled BBC Newsnight interview was not sanctioned in advance by the Queen.

‘The Queen did not give her approval. The fact that notion has somehow been put about has aggrieved people in the [royal] households.

‘Andrew had a son-to-mother conversation, letting her know that he was planning to address the controversy, but without going into any details… What should have happened was the full palace process,’ a royal source told the Sunday Times.

Meanwhile, royal author Penny Junor said to the paper: ‘He’s absolutely finished. If Andrew is no longer representing or supporting the monarch in any capacity, or doing good charitably, what’s the point of him?’

The Queen is said to be ‘privately supportive’ of her second son but also ‘deeply frustrated’ that the scandal is overshadowing the rest of the family’s work.