Three Canadian regiments have been left without a patron after the Queen on Thursday stripped Prince Andrew of all his military titles and royal patronages.
The Duke of York was the honorary colonel-in-chief of three Canadian regiments: The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada, The Princess Louise Fusiliers and the Queen’s York Rangers.
Rideau Hall and a spokesperson for the Canadian Armed Forces have confirmed that those titles have now been “relinquished” by the prince, the Queen’s second oldest son.
The move follows a U.S. district judge’s refusal Wednesday to dismiss a civil case against Prince Andrew by Virginia Giuffre, who sued him in August,
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