Prince Andrew could make his first public appearance since his father Prince Philip’s memorial service at Garter Day.
During the platinum anniversary of his mother Elizabeth II (96), Prince Andrew (62) had to pass due to corona disease. Next Monday, the controversial royal wants to celebrate his comeback in public. As “Daily Mail” reports, Andrew plans to take part in the so-called Garter Day at Windsor Castle with other members of the royal family.
Should Andrew actually take part in the procession, it would be his first public appearance since the memorial service honoring his father Prince Philip, who passed away in April 2021. According to the report, it is still unclear whether Queen Elizabeth II will attend the event. Because of Corona, Garter Day was last held in 2019.
Spectacle for onlookers
Garter Day is a day of honor for members of the Order of the Garter. Dressed in the traditional garb of the Order of Chivalry, members and the Royals march from Windsor Castle towards St George’s Chapel to attend a service.