Prince Andrew Reportedly Feels ‘Disrespected,’ ‘Dictated’ Over Dress Code At King Charles III’s Coronation

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Prince Andrew may attend King Charles III’s upcoming coronation on May 6 at Westminster Abbey, but the latter may ban his brother from wearing ceremonial robes. Allegedly, the monarch has yet to decide if he will allow the Duke of York to wear his velvet robes and insignia that shows he’s still a Knight of the Garter despite having an out-of-court settlement with his alleged sexual abuse victim Virginia Giuffre.

This move, allegedly, angers Prince Andrew, making him feel he’s kept in the dark while King Charles decides what he wears. So, will he wear his velvet robes at the coronation or not?

After stepping back from his senior royal role, Sarah Ferguson’s former husband was barred from wearing his uniform at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral last year. Only working royal family members were allowed to wear their military uniforms at the five ceremonial events during the mourning period.

Princesses Beatrice, Eugenie’s father, and their cousin, Prince Harry, donned black morning suits at the time. Hence, at the upcoming coronation, he might be asked to wear a Longue suit instead, per Express, considering he has been stripped of his military appointment as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.

A source told the Mirror that Prince Andrew had been left completely in the dark. That said, he needed a dress code for the coronation, making him feel disrespected and dictated to over something he’s entitled to wear in addition to not playing a part at the event.

For starters, news emerged last June that King Charles and Prince William urged the late Queen Elizabeth to nullify the decision that let Prince Andrew appear and wear his full robes.

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Meanwhile, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, Sarah, revealed that she hadn’t received an invite to King Charles’ coronation yet at an event in New York City Monday, March 6, while promoting her new novel, A Most Intriguing Lady.

She said, via Mail Online, that her attendance at the crowning was still TBD, which meant to be decided. She even asked if the invitations had already rolled out.

But whether she received an invite or not, she still planned to celebrate King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort’s coronation in May. So, how would she do it?

The Duchess of York revealed she could set up a tea room at the bottom of the drive, complete with bunting and cakes. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s rep, alternatively, revealed the couple had already received an invitation from Buckingham Palace.