This was announced on the official facebook page by the royal family, who circulated a public letter.
“With the Queen’s approval and consent, all the titles of the Prince of York have been returned to the Queen.
“From now on, the Prince of York will not hold any official office and will continue to be involved in the case as a private individual,” the report said.
CNN reports that all of Prince Andrew’s titles have been returned to the Queen, who should distribute them to other family members.
The news was announced by Buckingham House after a court ruled that a case of sexual abuse would soon be filed. Elizabeth II’s son was accused by American Virginia Giuffre.
Giuffre claims financier Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with her rich and influential acquaintances, including Andrew. The latter categorically denies such allegations.
Epstein, 66, was found dead in 2019 in a Manhattan prison. A New York coroner found the suspect accused of child abuse suicide.
In 2008, he was convicted of paying young girls for sexual massages at his villa in Florida. However, Mr Epstein spent only a year and a month in prison after reaching an agreement with the state prosecutor.
Andrew rarely appears in public since 2019, when he was forced to resign because he did not distance himself from Epstein.