Anti-monarchy group breaks silence on Prince Andrew's latest public appearance

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Anti-monarchy group breaks silence on Prince Andrews latest public appearance
Anti-monarchy group breaks silence on Prince Andrew's latest public appearance

Anti-monarchy group Republic has reacted to Prince Andrew’s return to royal fold as he attended a memorial service for King Constantine II of Greece.

Commenting on royal expert Matt Wilkinson’s tweet, the Republic CEO Graham Smith said: “Prince Andrew back at an official engagement, rather than visiting a police station.

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“The Greek family who invited him obviously have no qualms about inviting a man facing such serious accusations. And for the record, they haven't been a royal family since 1973.”

Meanwhile, reacting to LBC’s report titled “Smiling Prince Andrew returns to the fold as he leads royals into church after William pulls out”, the anti-monarchy group tweeted: “73% of the public wants Andrew to be investigated by the Met Police. Why is he 'leading the royals' out at a church service? #AbolishTheMonarchy.”

According to a report by Daily Express, Princess Eugenie and Beatrice father made a rare public appearance as he was invited to attend a memorial service for King Constantine.

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The Duke of York was pictured arriving at the Chapel alongside his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

Sarah and Andrew’s elder daughter Princess Beatrice was also present.