On Monday, the Duke of York was spotted for the first time since the Christmas traditons, making his way to Windsor Castle.
The 62-year-old, whom was the third child of the late Queen and Prince Philip, was pictured driving around the Royal Family’s Berkshire estate.
In January 2022, Andrew was stripped of his military affiliations and royal patronages with the approval of his mother, the late Queen.
This came three months before the 62-year-old agreed to pay a financial settlement to his accuser Virginia Giuffre, which formally agreed to the end of a civil case brought against him in the US.
The out-of-court settlement accepted no liability and Andrew has always strongly rejected claims of wrongdoing.
In 2019, due to the acccustions, Andrew failed to join the family in 2019.
Instead, he attended a private church service at the chapel at 9am with the late Queen.
Andrew’s Christmas appearance came just days after the King had reportedly thrown his younger brother out of the royal fold.
A source told The Sun: “Any presence at the Palace is officially over…The King has made it clear.
He isn’t a working royal. He’s on his own.”