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Prince Andrew is trying to ‘make amends’, Archbishop of Canterbury says -Breaking


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: Prince Andrew, Duke and Earl of York of Britain attends a thanksgiving service for Prince Philip, Duke, in Westminster Abbey, London. March 29, 2022. Richard Pohle/Pool via REUTERS/File

LONDON (Reuters] – Prince Andrew, the Archbishop and Canterbury of Canterbury has stated that he is trying to make amends. He stressed forgiveness for Queen Elizabeth’s sins following allegations of sex abuse.

Andrew (62) paid an undisclosed sum to Virginia Giuffre earlier this year. Virginia accused Andrew in a U.S. suit of sexually abusing Virginia two decades back when she was 17. He did not confess to any wrongdoing.

Justin Welby was the Church of England’s most senior bishop and stated that Elizabeth had “fully entitled to” be accompanied by Andrew during the March memorial service for Prince Philip.

“Now, with Prince Andrew I believe we all need to take a step back. Welby said that Andrew seeks to do right by his people and that is very admirable. ITV (LON:).

It is important to forgive. “I think that we are a very, very intolerant society.”

The royal family deleted Andrew’s military connections earlier this year and declared that he would no longer be called “His Royal Highness”.

Andrew will not be present when members of the royal family wave to the crowds on Thursday, as part celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s reign.