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Prince Andrew looks at ease as he’s pictured horse riding with a female groom in Windsor

Prince Andrew was pictured today riding a horse in Windsor amid weeks of turmoil for the royal family.  

The Duke of York, 61, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from Windsor Castle,  was joined by a female groom and looked delighted as he rode through the countryside.

It comes as his father Prince Philip, 99, was discharged from hospital to Windsor Castle to join The Queen, 94.

Prince Andrew was pictured today riding a horse in Windsor Castle amid weeks of turmoil for the royal family

Philip, the nation’s longest-serving consort, spent 28 nights as a patient in London at King Edward VII’s Hospital and St Bartholomew’s Hospital – his longest ever stay. 

He was initially admitted on a precautionary basis for an infection, before having a heart operation midway through his four-week period in hospital. 

The Queen’s second son stepped back from royal duty in 2019, following questions surrounding his friendship with billionaire paedophile Jerffery Epstein 

The Duke of York has  been accused of failing to help US prosecutors in their investigation into Epstein and the financier Ghislaine Maxwell.

Putting his troubles aside, the father-of-two, wrapped up warm for the spring day sporting a blue riding jacket and helmet .

Andrew looked at ease on horseback despite a tumultuous few weeks for The Firm, which has seen Prince Philip leave a month long stay in hospital following a heart operation, while his Andrew’s nephew Prince Harry, 36, spoke to Oprah Winfrey in a bombshell interview which was very critical of the royal family. 

The Duke of York, 61, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from Windsor Castle, was joined by a female groom and looked delighted as he rode through the countryside

The Duke of York, 61, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away from Windsor Castle, was joined by a female groom and looked delighted as he rode through the countryside

Earlier, this month Prince Andrew‘s accuser Virginia Giuffre has said Buckingham Palace should ‘all hang their heads in shame’ in the wake of the Harry and Meghan interview. 

Giuffre, who alleges she was used for sex by Prince Andrew after being trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein when she was just 17, spoke out on Twitter in support of the Sussexes following their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. 

She compared the couple’s treatment to that of the Duke of York, who vehemently denies Giuffre’s claims. 

Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre has said Buckingham Palace should 'all hang their heads in shame' in the wake of the Harry and Meghan interview

Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre has said Buckingham Palace should ‘all hang their heads in shame’ in the wake of the Harry and Meghan interview

She said: ‘Well at the very least we know who #meganandharry are talking about when they say that #BuckinghamPalace & #TheFirm protected other royals but wouldn’t protect them & their newborn baby #Archie.

‘They should all hang their heads in shame.’ 

Giuffre claims she was a victim of Epstein and has alleged she had sex with Prince Andrew at the age of 17 while being trafficked by the late financier. 

 

Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre has said Buckingham Palace should 'all hang their heads in shame' in the wake of the Harry and Meghan interview.

Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre has said Buckingham Palace should ‘all hang their heads in shame’ in the wake of the Harry and Meghan interview. 

Prince Andrew has strenuously denied the claims. 

He was pictured with his arm around the then 17-year-old’s waist at the home of Ghislaine Maxwell in London in 2001, but his supporters have claimed the photo was fake. 

Prince Andrew’s relationship with Epstein has been called into question and he was forced to step back as a working member of the Royal Family following a car crash BBC interview in 2019.

Earlier today, Andrew’s brother Prince Charles and his sister-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall shared a sweet image from their garden at Highgrove  to celebrate the first day of spring. 

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall have shared a sweet image from their garden at Highgrove to celebrate the first day of spring. The royal couple wrapped up warm as they posed on the grounds of their Gloucestershire estate, surrounded by an array on growing flowers to mark the early signs of spring

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall have shared a sweet image from their garden at Highgrove to celebrate the first day of spring. The royal couple wrapped up warm as they posed on the grounds of their Gloucestershire estate, surrounded by an array on growing flowers to mark the early signs of spring

The royal couple wrapped up warm as they posed on the grounds of their Gloucestershire estate, surrounded by an array on growing flowers to mark the early signs of spring.

Charles, 72, sported a grey tweed jacket with wide leg brown trousers and an open collar blue shirt while wife Camilla, 73, wore a navy puffed jacket and black slacks as she clutched a bouquet of tulips and loved at the future king with a loving gaze.  

‘Wishing you a happy and healthy first day of Spring.

‘The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall in the garden at Highgrove,’ they captioned the image which they shared on Twitter and Instagram.


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