Prince William is ‘triggered’ by Prince Andrew’s ‘ungracious & ungrateful’ attitude

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There’s a glut of new reporting on Prince Andrew, which means that royal commentators are going to start some rumors that Meghan and Harry are cannibals by the end of the week. Deflection, thy name is York. According to sources, earlier this year, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward had a “summit” about their brother Andrew, and they all got on the same page about how “there was no way back for him.” Well, apparently Prince William also wants credit for being anti-Andrew, because there’s a lengthy report in the Sunday Times about how William hates Andrew because Andrew isn’t “grateful” enough. Um… does William get that Andrew is a rapist?

William hates his uncle: A friend of Prince William’s tells the paper, “William is no fan of Uncle Andrew.” The paper also says that William, like the rest of the royals, believes Prince Andrew’s expulsion from public life should be permanent. “There is no way in the world he’s ever coming back, the family will never let it happen,” a royal source says.

William thinks Andrew is ungrateful: A source goes on to say that one of the “triggers” that “really gets” William is his uncle’s perceived “ungracious and ungrateful” attitude towards his position, which William considers “a risk” and “threat to the family… Any suggestion that there isn’t gratitude for the institution, anything that could lead anyone in the public to think that senior members of the royal family aren’t grateful for their position, [William thinks] is really dangerous,” the source told the paper.

The Queen isn’t protecting her fave: It is often said that Andrew’s real shield is the queen; when he seemed to be on the run from being served the Giuffre legal papers, he went straight to her Scottish summer home, Balmoral. But the Times says the oft-repeated story that he is her favorite child is not true, and she is more focused on protecting the institution than Andrew.

Andrew is mad at his family too: Andrew’s camp tells the Times that the palace could be “much more supportive and engaged” over the Giuffre lawsuit. A source close to Andrew says the royals “have just stuck their fingers in their ears and gone, ‘Make it stop, make it go away.’ But Harry and Meghan should have taught them that even when a problem ‘goes away’, it doesn’t go away. The duke can no more be disinvested as a senior member of the royal family than Harry and Meghan can. It is who and what they are. If they don’t engage at all, it is going to become like Harry and Meghan on steroids.”

Andrew has no friends: The problem Andrew faces, and which the Sunday Times sketches in excruciatingly damning detail, is that no one in his family or royal circles has a nice word to say about him. Like, absolutely no one. Andrew is described as boorish, arrogant, and insufferable—hence the deafening silence when it comes to anyone offering their support to him. One aide tells the Times: “He’s not made any friends on the way up, so no one is helping him on the way down.” One Whitehall source says he is a “a self-important bore.” “I’ve got no time for Andrew. He’s a total dickhead, an arrogant sh-t,” a military source adds for good measure. “A total diva, lashing out at everyone,” says another, recalling his 2012 abseil down the Shard in London.

More burns on Andrew: A former staff member says: “He’s quite an arrogant chap with a tendency to blame other people when things go wrong, instead of looking at his own behavior. The Duke of York has never been one to take advice that doesn’t suit him, and he doesn’t hold back in letting you know what to do with that advice that he doesn’t want to hear.” “He’s a deeply unpleasant man,” another former aide tells the Times. “The difference you see between him and the way Prince William and the Prince of Wales treat their staff with respect, straight out of the Queen’s handbook, is stark.”

[From The Daily Beast]

“Anything that could lead anyone in the public to think that senior members of the royal family aren’t grateful for their position, [William thinks] is really dangerous…” Again, Andrew was BFFs with a convicted pedophile who trafficked teenage girls to Andrew. This isn’t about gratitude, Bill. Once again, William is so lazy and desperate for relevancy, he’s now trying to make it sound like he alone sees the problem with his uncle.

The Sunday Times piece also quotes a “royal source” who made some suggestions about what should happen to Andrew from here. The suggestions involve sending Andrew to manage one of the royal estates and doing an “entirely private role” which would see him never being in the public eye. Yeah, who knows. My guess is that he’ll be sent to manage Sandringham or Balmoral, as opposed to one of the real royal estates.

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  1. aquarius64 says:

    If the family that upset they need to push Andy to talk to the FBI.

    • BothSidesNow says:

      Also, when has Burger King never been triggered? They act like BK is never triggered, or angry, or screaming, throwing his toys about, screaming at his father, screaming at TQ in regards to Harry coming for a visit, how he is neglected, blah, blah, blah,……….

      • Where'sMyTiara says:

        Maybe Workshy Wanderdick is feeling triggered because he remembers Ghislane showing up at his birthday party.

        Did Ghislane and/or Andrew arrange for a birthday gift of the trafficked girl variety back then? Was he aware? Maybe that’s why Roid Rage Boi is tossing his toys out of his pram.

  2. MsIam says:

    Again with the Harry and Meghan reference? Sigh. Explain to me again why in royal world doing humanitarian work outside the family is considered as egregious as, I don’t know, being aligned with sex trafficking and committing rape? And I see what you did there Baldimort, so important to be “grateful” for the “privilege” of being a “senior royal”! $h!thead.

    • Laura says:

      Baldimort lmao. Brilliant.

    • Snuffles says:

      I was googling about Search Engine Optimization and read something about “key word stuffing” that helps drive traffic to a site. That’s why they find a way to stuff the words Harry, Meghan Markle and Sussex into every article they can, no matter how oblique the reference.

  3. mariahlee says:

    Are we sure Andrew isn’t a proxy for Harry in the thoughts accredited to William? This low key might be a shot for across the pond. Or maybe I just can’t fathom not being most triggered by the seeking impunity for sexual assault thing.

    Idgi tho, it was no problem getting Harry’s security stripped and his titles and patronages revoked. If Andrew was actually that threatening to the institution, why are they going to just let him retire in subsidized luxury, under the protection of the institution?

    • SarahLee says:

      That is precisely how I read it. “Ungrateful” was a dig at Harry as much as Andrew. William is trying to cast them both in the same light. Sorry, Baldy. Human trafficking and raping a child are not signs of being “ungrateful.” Harry will do more to make the world – and by extension the UK – a better place from outside than Baldy will do inside (assuming the monarchy lasts past Liz, which I’m not 100% certain it will). I do NOT expect there to be a King George in the future.

    • Amy T says:

      I think the royal family is filing Andrew under “Keep him around and out of the public eye because cutting him loose would be riskier.” He’s toxic, but also has plenty of dirt on everyone else and would likely be very generous about sharing it for the right price. (Think Thomas Markle with a title and a bigger warehouse.)

    • Jais says:

      It’s shocking to me how that “ungrateful” line is a dig at Harry. So what now? Harry is on the same level as Andrew bc he’s not grateful to be a royal??? Ummm. Where to start? Andrew is a pedophile. William has got real problems if this is how he sees things. Real out of touch problems. It’s also rich that the heir is essentially telling the spares to be more grateful.

      • LMR says:

        That’s rich, considering the fact Prince Willie is ALSO not grateful for his royal role. He is beyond pissed about it. What a burden. He wanted to be the one to go live in America and follow his dreams. His royal role dictates the course of his life and forces him (for the moment) to stay married to KKKate. The distinction is that he wants the British public to think that he is grateful, so the perks keep flowing. I see you, asshat.

      • Zebz says:

        I believe he is completely out of touch with reality. He is surrounded by sycophants and somehow thinks being ungrateful is a more egregious crime than rape and sex trafficking. What the hell.

      • Mac says:

        I think William and the rest of the BRF expected Andrew to fully retreat from the public eye. Instead of keeping his head down and being grateful for not being disowned, Andrew is whining and complaining about being ousted and keeps trying to plan his comeback.

      • Jaded says:

        @LMR — that’s exactly what I was going to say. Willnot is a self-pitying, vicious little brat who seems to think he’s got the weight of the world on his shoulders. He’s ungrateful for everything he actually has — beautiful homes, servants, money, 3 lovely children and a doormat for a wife. And yet he’s sullen, lazy and completely unsupportive of Kate. As for the things he doesn’t have — smarts, focus, a loving marriage, a successful career at SOMETHING…ANYTHING — he blames everyone else for his shortcomings. A total loser.

      • Oh-dear says:

        I started watching the Netflix documentary The Family, about Christianity and American politics – the first 2 episodes do a great job providing insight how people who are told they are chosen are also taught that because they’re chosen their indiscretions are forgivable. They go into far more nuance and it made sense how men in power can forgive and circle around each other when they do horrible things – it’s when horrible things are done to them they take issue.

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ LMR, Burger King does have a lot of chutzpah to be speaking in these “terms”. If anyone is ungrateful, it’s him!! Burger King wants all of the toys, the power and the money, but doesn’t want to be responsible for anything but his fulfilling his own desires. If he actually thinks that his certain use of words will alter the public’s perception of him, he is clearly not thinking, though we never could accuse him of having a forward thinking thought or action before.

        I read yesterday that they plan to put Andy at some grand estate to operate and Andy will wed Fergie again. That’s quite a plan that they have for him? Wonder where and when the wedding will take place? Will it be while TQ is alive?

    • Sure says:

      Yep, I also thought the “ungracious” and “ungrateful” comments were a dig at H. As for A, he comes across as being quite grateful for the privileges he has received and continues to receive as the son of the monarch. It’s always more advantageous to have a parent with political and financial power when one is accused of sexual assault.

    • Capepopsie says:

      @mariahlee exactly my reading too! 😑

    • notasugarhere says:

      William has been publicly ungrateful and negative about his role his entire life. Someone needs to look in the mirror.

      • kelleybelle says:

        No kidding. They have nothing else positive about William to say so the press is trying to paint him as Mr. Integrity now. #lamesauce

      • GraceB says:

        All of the Royals have come across as ungrateful at various points. They’ve all complained about their ultra privileged life, their lack of privacy and how hard done by they are.

        Andrew has by far been the worst entitled and slimy piece of work. That takes some doing, when you pay attention to just how much Royals complain about their lives.

        As much as William is a problem, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if this was actually just the press twisting the fact that the Royals were finally pushing out Andrew, and turning it into another episode of Sussex’s vs Windsors, because apparently it all has to be about that.

      • Robyn says:

        Indeed. The utter disdain William has for his life and everyone around him just oozes out of his pores. I would feel sympathy for him if he wasn’t such a raging hemorrhoid about it.

  4. Tie says:

    Another article about William saying words, but actually doing nothing about that royal rapist.

    • Indica says:

      It says he says words, did he actually say anything or is this another ‘we think he’d say this?’.

      That picture of him though is priceless, it makes him look so angry and ugly, makes me wonder why anyone thought him attractive… personality really take over looks eventually.

    • notasugarhere says:

      He never had a problem with Uncle Gary, the drugs, the prostitutes, Pippa’s dodgy father in law, any of it. Why expect William to have a problem with the Windsor family rapist?

  5. Digital Unicorn says:

    I have always said on here that William is more like Uncle Andrew than his father – they def have similar personality traits.

    • Jais says:

      The descriptions of Andrew in that last section…could strait up be descriptions of William. “He is a deeply unpleasant man” sounds a lot like William. Obv, he is not a pedophile, like Andrew, but the character descriptions of arrogant and ungrateful seem to fit a certain Burger King. The lack of awareness, my god. Sending a message through the press that you’re angry because your uncle is ungrateful as opposed to being a pedophile is not a good look. In fact, it reminds me of a certain interview his uncle did.

    • notasugarhere says:

      William, Andrew, and Duke of Windsor. The unholy trio.

    • Margaret says:

      And looks more like him than Charles. But then he does favor the guys claiming to be charles and cammies’ son.

  6. Red Weather Tiger says:

    Well, sure, he’s a rapist involved in child sex trafficking, but NOBODY likes an ingrate.

    • Lizzie says:


    • MY3CENTS says:

      Well if he could just learn to be a grateful rapist then everything would be A-Ok!

      • JaneBee87 says:

        @my3cents In one sentence, you’ve perfectly summarised their position re: Andrew.

        By contrast, for H&M, it would appear that the only outcome the Very Much Not a Racist Family would accept, is a combo of gratitude and for them to basically disappear.

  7. Belli says:

    Such concern for the victims, wow, so regal.


  8. The Hench says:

    “Any suggestion that there isn’t gratitude for the institution, anything that could lead anyone in the public to think that senior members of the royal family aren’t grateful for their position, [William thinks] is really dangerous,” the source told the paper.”

    Hello Pot, meet Kettle. What part of William’s tireless work for the institution demonstrates his gratitude for his extraordinarily privileged position??

    • nina says:

      Me thinks alarm bells are starting to sound very very faintly.
      They might just be starting to realize that their time might be running out and the British public are getting tired of these welfare recipients. That why the statement about being grateful. (eye roll)
      The booing of the Queen in Scotland might just have been the thing to trigger those faint alarm bells. We can only hope.

    • Christine says:

      Exactly. If Will cared, even a little bit, he would put in the work to be a full-time “working royal”, instead of a giant black hole of take, take, take.

  9. WithTheAmerican says:

    Entitled brat worried about others not showing gratitude, while ignoring sexual abuse of teenager. AKA, The Future King.

    • STRIPE says:

      And that future king is on some very thin ice if this institution continues to exists only if the public thinks he’s grateful for the position. Soon even that won’t be enough to save the monarchy.

  10. SarahCS says:

    So everyone knows that Andrew is like this and yet no efforts were made to tackle Burger King when it became clear that he was made in the same mould?

    Of course William doesn’t actually care about the abuse of a girl, it’s the institution (and by extension him as FFK) that matters!

  11. Amy Bee says:

    As I’ve always said, the Royal Family including William and Charles have no problem with Andrew being a paedophile. And if these quotes from William are true, it confirms that he is a terrible person.

    • ABritGuest says:

      Exactly Amy Too. Virginia’s allegations have been public since 2011 I believe & nobody did anything then. Even when he stepped back in 2019 Andrew kept his use of HRH, honorary military roles, patronages etc. Andrew was even passing on messages to the Chinese ambassador on behalf of Betty at the beginning of last year so they were totally trying to ease him back in. I’m not surprised he’s still been briefing about having a way back to public duties.

      The royal family knew this news about met police dropping investigation was about to come out& are just trying to distance themselves from Andrew publicly given recent news that Betty was funding his defence.

      William is only concerned about how the stench of Andrew impacts the firm’s image- no note of sympathy for Epstein’s victims even though as Andrew said on newsnight- the royal family all knew Epstein.

      Also point about gratitude was a shot at Harry. But William didn’t even become a full time royal until 2017 & the royal rota talked about him dragging his feet& not wanting to be king. even that 2019 times article talked about him having discussions with courtiers about finally accepting his destiny. So usual revisionism here.

      Anyway also interesting that talking to a journalist against a royal family member is a good thing now. Thought it was the height of treachery just a few months ago- even if it is Andrew. And again let’s not pretend they are briefing against Andrew because they are disgusted by Andrew’s alleged crime or relationship with Epstein.

  12. Esmerelda says:

    Well, in their world of half hinted things communicated via nebulous leaks to the press, I guess it means they’ve been briefed by the lawyers, (who they’re paying directly, this time) and that he’s not getting out unscathed from the US civil lawsuit (great for Virginia – I hope she gets lots of money if she can’t get justice). This is damage control, too little too late. And it means “Andy, be grateful we’re not locking you in the Tower to help our image, shut up forever while we try to make everyone forget you ever existed”.

  13. ML says:

    I don’t understand how friendless Andrew is still being protected by the royal family and far more popular Harry and Meghan are not if this article is to be believed. Andrew is still being protected by the queen. He hasn’t been trashed by the press to the extent of Harry and Meghan. No one seems to be checking out the cost of his wardrobe, vehicles, source of his income, etc. He’s still got some of his patronages… WTF?

    • Lila says:

      It’s easy to understand if you accept that the fact that this family and institution don’t have an issue with a man raping underaged girls but they don’t want their bloodline being “tainted”.

    • JaneBee87 says:

      @ML I think also as many others here have pointed out in recent years – Andrew also knows where literally all of the bodies are buried, and won’t hesitate to drag his siblings down with him if it comes to that.

  14. Merricat says:

    Every day, the British royal family puts their ignorance on display. It is jaw-dropping.
    Tell me again how their “royal blood” makes them finer humans. Lol. I’m sure the previous U.S. president would love to take in Andrew in Florida. They can reminisce about their best buddy Jeff.

    • SnoodleDumpling says:

      Okay, c’mon, putting two braindead divas who need everything to be about THEM and ONLY THEM together is a recipe for disaster.

      It’d be two weeks, TOPS, before Andrew is desperately making furtive phonecalls at the only payphone left in the state of Florida in the dead of night trying to get MI6 to send James Bond to either kill Donnie or get him back home. They will spend ten minutes convincing Andrew that no, this is NOT them just saying James Bond isn’t real for the sake of national security and whatnot, James Bond is ACTUALLY not real, and probably ultimately agree to sneak an actual green vegetable into Donnie’s food one evening so he has enough of an upset stomach that Andrew can slip away into their car waiting in the loading zone out front.

  15. Harper says:

    An article about Andrew where the headlines are all about William. This is another Roya Nikkhah exclusive in The Times working to show the Burger King as the Good Royal. But instead of speaking with gravity towards Andrew’s or Epstein’s victims, William is all “The peasants might start lighting the torches and coming for us if Andrew doesn’t disappear.”

    • Jais says:

      Peter Hunt wrote an article for the spectator and he strait out says that this article is William letting the public know how he feels about Andrew through a “source.” He calls the times article “a very public display” and “to make no mistake, this article is giving us an insight into William’s thinking” because the sources and friends are given the okay to talk by William. There are a lot of good quotes in the article where he lays out William’s relationship with the press and it’s already been archived by the true royal reporter on Twitter. Peter Hunt is an ex-BBC royal correspondent so it’s just nice to see someone over there calling this out, even if he’s saying the same thing that Kaiser been saying forever.

      • Harper says:

        Very interesting. Also, last week, #abolishthemonarchy trended after reports that the Queen was paying for Andrew’s defense, which most likely made the Burger King terribly concerned. We know he’s been working with Nikkhah and The Times to enhance his kingly image in the public. This article, well-sourced with approved quotes from people close to William, looks like a “work together” to attempt to address the madding crowd of Twitterland, or at least redirect some of that heat solely toward Andrew and Harry and not on the Burger King.

      • Emma says:

        Yes, saying he’s “not” the queen’s favorite is damage control because… he kinda obviously is getting all kinds of support from her including millions of pounds in legal fees. He kinda obviously has a very close relationship with her.

  16. Nic919 says:

    William has spent much more time being upset that Harry wanted his family treated with decency than doing anything about Andrew. Had he cared so much then there wouldn’t have been the situation where Harry had his military honours removed over moving to the US while Andrew, person of interest by the FBI in a sex trafficking case, still has all of his.

    This is all after the fact spin to try to deflect from the fall out of the Met Police dropping the investigation.

  17. samipup says:

    He looks like he is going to burst into tears of frustration!

    • L84Tea says:

      That photo of him with the profile is what convinced me William is not well. Not sure whether he’s on something or if the stress of having to compete with Harry is eating him alive, but he looks downright sickly to me.

  18. Snuffles says:

    The shunning has begun. I can believe the family is done with Andrew AND protecting him from an investigation. Not because they care about him, but because an investigation into him would open a Pandora’s box and expose them. Andrew would most definitely shoot his mouth off about other members of the family and probably friends too.

    He’ll be exiled somewhere that he can live in obscurity but will still be funded to live in luxury.

  19. Zebz says:

    So William cares more about his uncle being ungrateful then the rape and sex trafficking of a teenager?? What the hell kind of person is this? And he thinks this makes him look good. Wtf.

  20. Amy Bee says:

    Another thing, if Andrew treated his staff so badly, where’s the Palace investigation?

  21. S808 says:

    William can excuse trafficking and being a pedo but he draws the line at making the monarchy look bad!

    • Over it says:

      Yes , see abuse to the point of wanting to end your life and that of your unborn child, is perfectly fine. Abuse of two babies because they have black in them, again perfectly fine. Rape of a minor. Again no biggie, but you try to get in the way of me sitting on the big chair and barking orders down to others senile I do f all daily and continue to collect my welfare, now that is a huge problem

  22. Lizzie says:

    William wasn’t part of the summit of Charles, Anne and Edward so this is supposed to sound like he is also in on the decision.

    • Nic919 says:

      Exactly this. He is just putting this out to try to look important.

    • Jais says:

      Yeah, this makes sense to me. He wasn’t part of the summit and wants to show that he’s also taking a stance against Andrew. I wonder if he wanted to be a part of the “summit” and wasn’t allowed or he just learned about it after the fact in the press and got jealous. Either way, the future king wants the public to know he is taking a stance by telling someone to tell someone in the press what he thinks….which is that Andrew isn’t grateful enough. His instincts are just so bad. I wonder how many things he has wanted to say or leak to the press and people have actually held him back.

  23. Talie says:

    The whole article was made available to read which is rare for the times…I was stunned at so many positive references to Harry & Meghan in regards to them making their own way and money and that ultimately being a good thing. Plus, actually complimenting Harry for being well-regarded in the military community despite being stripped of his titles.

    • SnoodleDumpling says:

      Oh, wow, they must be taking this seriously now, they’re letting actual professionals do their work properly without interfering and insisting that Harry and Meghan have to be constantly denigrated.

  24. Over it says:

    Are Andrew and william twins, cause all these things said about Andrew is exactly who william is.

  25. Ann says:

    I know there is a lot more important stuff in that article than this, but for some reason I focused on the treatment of staff thing. I can imagine Andrew being a boor with his staff, but I I am not sure William treats his people so well either. I can see him being difficult. Charles too.

    • ArtHistorian says:

      Charles once physically attacked a member of his own staff. He choked the man. It was even reported on in the tabloids! Nothing came of it.

      • Lizzie says:

        I remember, I think it was a valet. Also he had to step in when Andrew attacked somebody on his staff and apologize because Andrew wouldn’t.

  26. notasugarhere says:

    ‘The difference you see between him and the way Prince William and the Prince of Wales treat their staff with respect, straight out of the Queen’s handbook, is stark’

    William yelling at staff is respectful?

    William forcing staff to watch Twilight instead of a Bond movie for their holiday party is respectful?

    W&K being so awful, their housekeeper and groundsman at Anmer left after only five months is respectful? They’re on at least housekeeper 4 at that private residence.

    William’s head of security leaving to work at a psych ward instead of staying with future future king makes you think he treats people with respect?

    • Jais says:

      Im sorry, he made his staff watch twilight? Lol, was it a joke? I’m so confused by this.

      • Nic919 says:

        William thought he was being funny. But we know he thinks making fun of the peasants is his idea of humour.

      • Heidi says:

        William & Kate and their staff were supposed to go watch a movie, as their office Christmas party. Everyone wanted to see James Bond in “Spectre”. However, William & Kate had attended the official premiere, and refused to watch the film again. That they chose “Twilight” instead was new to me, too.

      • Feeshalori says:

        And to add insult to injury, I believe he never showed up.

    • Jais says:

      Duplicate. But still confused lol.

    • Deering24 says:

      “ William’s head of security leaving to work at a psych ward instead of staying with future future king…”

      Really?!! Damn. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  27. Rapunzel says:

    The ungrateful and “ungracious” line is a dig at Harry, yes. But I feel like it’s also a warning to Andy? Like I’m sure Andy loves being royal, but I can see him being ungrateful and ungracious about his current situation. I see him as an idiot itching to “defend” himself and thumb his nose at the peasants by doing all his normal public events. I’m betting there’s been some incandescent raging on Andy’s part about being shunned.

    I think this may be a subtle dig that Andy should be grateful and gracious about TQ shielding him, and stop whining about being forced to the shadows. Perhaps Andy has appealed to Will for help getting back to the public, and Will is like, “nope, you’re ungrateful and ungracious like Harry.”

    I’m sure Wills appreciates the shielding he gets from TQ.

  28. Athena says:

    I don’t understand why William is having his name connected with Andrew. Why say anything? Let the queen and Charles take the responsibility for whatever happens to Andrew and if their decisions turns out to be bad, then come out after the fact to say you were always against it. He wants people to think he has a sit at the table. I very much doubt that the queen or Charles are listening to him.
    A certain former President banned Epstein from his club in Florida when he found out Epstein was hitting on a young girl there so I doubt very much he would invite Andrew to come to Florida. I’m stating facts not defending 45.

  29. Taxman says:

    It’s incredible that this train wreck of a family is being supported by taxpayer money. If you take away their titles, money, jewels and power, what do you have? A bunch of lazy, trashy, racist, inbred criminals.

  30. Bunny says:

    Pedophile? Rapist? Goes with Royal Territory. Don’t give it a second thought.

    Seen to be ungrateful? The end of the line.

    Andrew had only to pretend he was grateful to be accepted and fêted.

    Finally, when the Queen passes, Andrew will return to public life one way or the other. At her funeral, of course, but also out and about, conducting “business as usual” (aka influence peddling) and/or selling his story.

    He doesn’t think he’s done anything wrong, and won’t take his totally unfair (according to him) punishment after Mummy is gone.

  31. Chaz says:

    Waking up and just being William must trigger this man. Hey Boo you can’t run away from the imbecile in the mirror. Fix yourself first!

  32. Lizzie says:

    There goes jolly old Prince William, said no one ever.

  33. Theothermia says:

    These quotes are bonkers! they’re like “the rapist is unpleasant to work with!” They’re totally missing the point, that a woman deserves justice.

    Their reaction to any moral question is to run around like headless chickens, bumping into eachother and falling over. Not even Archie’s chick-Inn could rescue these idiot courtiers 😂

    I have mad respect for Giuffre

  34. Keri says:

    William is a moron who apparently doesn’t own a mirror and lacks self-awareness. Andrew is scum, no doubt, but the words ungracious and ungrateful describes Bulliam perfectly, as well. He should have been on his hands and knees thanking Harry for doing the bulk of the work for years while he screwed around. Instead, he bullies and smears his brother and family via the press.

    I had to laugh at the bit where it was mentioned that Bulliam and Chuckles are so gracious and respectful to their staff. Charles choked one of his valet people and would have been arrested for assault at the very least if he was any normal Joe on the street. A black employee was also bullied and harassed under his watch by his own courtiers and he did nothing. He’s more like Andrew than one would think, he just hasn’t been caught, what with his close friendships with pedos Jimmy Savile and Peter Ball.

    Then there are the countless UK articles on Bulliam pre-Meghan where the press admit William is a terror to work for. The staff turnaround at KP was common knowledge. He’s only throwing Andrew under the bus because he wants points with the public. He’s scrambling for any kind of relevance in his one-sided competition with Harry and he’s failing badly.

  35. Clementine says:

    Oh my, how dumb and tone deaf is the evil brother’s pr staff? Why publish such horrible, telling info about TOB “thoughts” ? Now the world knows that TOB thinks rape is fine, as long as the rapist is grateful to be a member of the royal grift club… disgusting. And chilling to the bone. As others have stated in their comments: Epstein was known by many members of the british grift gang, not only Randy Rapist and was a guest in Royal places numerous times. They ALL don’t mind rape/rapists. That family is as deranged, criminal, evil, greedy, selfish, rascist and disgusting as The Orange Shxtstain’s family .

  36. Mary says:

    Does anyone else think that delay in adding Lilibet to the succession list was because Baldingham was requesting a loophole to be found in adding her at all?? As in Harry had quit before she was born….

  37. Tessa says:

    William in profile looks like a throwback to Hanoverian Kings, like George III. IMO.

  38. Jais says:

    Thanks y’all for filling this in. Going to a movie as a Christmas party is kinda weird? Or idk maybe it’s a thing I don’t know about. Either way, vamps and royals all have special blood or is it that they have no blood? No hate on twilight but it’s just such a random detail. And now Kristen Stewart is playing Diana.
    …and this was meant as a comment way upthread but am too lazy to fix. So enjoy the random non sequitur, I guess?

  39. Elle says:

    All I see is a bully and a pedophile