Ever since Prince Andrew settled his sexual abuse lawsuit with Virginia Roberts, he has kept a low profile. But now it looks like the royal will be coming out of hiding, as he is supposed to attend Prince Philip's memorial service on Tuesday, March 29, the BBC reported.
If Andrew does make an appearance, this would be his first public outing since he gave Roberts a generous amount of money.
Queen Elizabeth and some other members of the royal family are supposed to be there as well, but there's one person who will be missing: Prince Harry.
The California transplant announced he would not be coming home, as he is nervous about the lack of security — something he is currently trying to fight for.
Ever since the news was made public, experts have been upset with Harry's latest move.
"You look at a bloke who is out of touch with reality, it's that bloke right there," royal commentator Matt de Groot stated. "They spend one half of their life talking about being determined to be private and being determined to stay away from the public eye. They spend the other half of their life selling their story to the highest bidder then he wants to step away from the royal family, then wants the royal protection, then he doesn't even realize you can go the U.K. and hire your own security. If nothing else just buy your own security."
"Every move they make, every piece of advice they give, and every statement he makes publicly takes him further and further away from the guy that three years ago we thought was going to save the royal family," he continued. "Now he's making blunder after blunder."
Harry previously spoke about about the ordeal. "This claim is about the fact that the claimant does not feel safe when he is in the U.K. given the security arrangements applied to him in June 2021 and will continue to be applied to him," Shaheed Fatima QC, for the Duke, said. "It goes without saying that he does want to come back to see family and friends and to continue to support the charities that are so close to his heart. Most of all, this is and always will be, his home."