Postcards of Prince Andrew have been removed from sale at the Balmoral Castle gift shop nearly a year since…
he officially stepped down from official duties, according to reports.
Tourists visiting the Queen’s Scottish residence will no longer be able to buy the postcards featuring the Duke of York’s image.
But visitors can still purchase souvenirs featuring Her Majesty’s other children including the Prince of Wales, Princess Anne and Prince Edward.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Andrew attend church near the Sandringham estate in January, 2020. (Getty)
The move, reported in The Sun, comes in the wake of Prince Andrew resigning from royal life.
Just days before the momentous move in November 2019, the Duke of York gave a disastrous interview with the BBC where he was grilled about his friendship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
He then stepped down from public life and has not been seen at any official events since.
Prince Andrew, 60, was absent from the royal family’s Christmas appearance at St Mary Magdalene’s Church just weeks later but was seen by his mother’s side at a private service in late January.
The Duke and Duchess of York with their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in May, 2020.…
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