Prince Andrew was met with boos from the crowds in London as he made his way to Buckingham Palace on the way to the Coronation of his brother, King Charles III, according to reports.
The Duke of York received an icy reception as thousands of Royalists gathered in central London.
Crowds surrounding the central Mall booed as the Prince was driven to Westminster Abbey for the Coronation and crowning of King Charles.
Like his nephew Prince Harry, Prince Andrew is no longer a working member of the Royal Family amid years of mounting controversies connected to his ties with sex trafficker Jefferey Epstein.
Prince Andrew appeared not to express any regret over befriending Epstein in his now-viral car crash 2019 Newsnight interview.
His mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, removed Andrew from his position as a working royal before her death.
The removal came following the settlement reached between Andrew and alleged Jeffery Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, who claimed the Prince had raped her three times in 2001 when she was only 17.
Prince Andrew has consistently denied the charges, even suggesting that Giuffre suffered from “false memories.”
The investigation into the Prince was dropped by London’s Metropolitan Police in 2021.
Prince Andrew was also absent from the group of Royals that joined King Charles at Buckingham Palace to view the Armed Forces fly by.