Prince Andrew was ‘made’ by King Charles III to wear his military uniform at Queen’s lying in state

Prince Andrew was made by King Charles III to wear his military uniform as he joined his siblings for a ‘final vigil’ around his late mother’s coffin as she lies in state at Westminster Hall, reports claim. 

The Duke of York, 62, arrived at the vigil in Westminster Hall, London while his mother was lying in state with the rest of his siblings in his full uniform after it was said his brother lifted a ban on him wearing the outfit. 

But palace sources told the Times, this ‘out of the blue’ instruction does not mean Andrew, who was forced to give up his HRH status and was stripped of all his honorary military titles earlier this year amid the fallout from his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein will return as a working royal. 

A Buckingham Palace source said the decision by the Charles to let him wear his uniform for the London vigil, but not the Princes ceremony at St Giles’ Cathedral or the Queen’s state funeral, was an ‘act of kindness’.

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