Palace in fresh bid to save Prince Andrew’s impeccable reputation
BUCKINGHAM Palace is working overtime to stop the public losing respect for Prince Andrew.
As the Queen’s second oldest son became embroiled in a sex scandal, Palace officials fear it could undermine his important work with central Asian billionaires and endangered animals who play golf.
A source said: “A lot of those billionaires now play golf because of Prince Andrew.
“But where’s his fancy title and free helicopter?”
Martin Bishop, from Stevenage, said: “I’m always telling my children to be more like Prince Andrew.
“Like any parent I just want my kids to prance about in tartan slacks and spend a huge amount of time in Azerbaijan for no apparent reason.”