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'Utter humiliation' Piers Morgan hits out at Prince Andrew amid loss of military honours

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Piers Morgan, 56, issued a blistering review of Prince Andrew’s situation following the latest ruling in the civil case being brought against him by Virginia Giuffre.The Queen stripped the Duke of York today of all his military titles and royal patronages.The TV presenter took to his Twitter account, where he boasts a following of 7.9 million, to weigh in on the latest update.He shared a statement from Buckingham Palace that read: “With the Queen's approval and agreement, The Duke of York's military affiliations and Royal patronages have been returned to the Queen."The Duke of York will continue not to undertake any public duties and is defending this case as a private citizen."The former Good Morning Britain host commented: “Utter humiliation for Andrew but he only has himself to blame - and far worse is to come if he continues to try to stonewall his way out of any accountability re the serious allegations against him & his relationship with Epstein/Maxwell.”Within just two hours of posting, Piers’ tweet had already racked up more than 1,000 likes and 80 retweets.One Twitter user pointed out that the ongoing situation could be affecting the Queen.Jodie88883853 tweeted: “How horrible in the later years of her life HMTQ has to deal with so much personal sadness.“We all hope when get to this point in our life there is some sense of peace!” (sic)Prince Andrew will no longer be able to use his HRH title, Buckingham Palace confirmed.It follows Judge Lewis A Caplan ruling that the civil case against Prince Andrew can proceed to trial.The Duke’s lawyers had previously attempted to get the case dismissed.The royal’s defence team cited a 2009 deal signed by Ms Giuffre and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, which saw Ms.

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