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Prince Andrew Allegedly Fired By Queen Elizabeth II

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Prince Andrew Allegedly Fired By Queen Elizabeth II

Prince Andrew Allegedly Fired By Queen Elizabeth II

Prince Andrew is spotted for the first time since news broke that he was “stepping back from royal duties.” ET Canada has the latest update on the Buckingham bombshell after sources say that his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, fired him.

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