The Northern Ireland Barony of Prince Andrew has become a new addition to the towns where people can sign a book of condolence for the late Queen.
The late Queen Elizabeth’s son had been stripped of his royal duties after he reached a £12m financial settlement in a sexual assault case brought by Virginia Giuffre.
Ms Giuffre had claimed she was trafficked to have sex with Andrew when she was 17 and a minor under US law. The Duke of York has strenuously denied the allegations.
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Prince Andrew, the Baron of Killyleagh, has now been denied the right to wear uniform at most ceremonial events during the period of mourning for the Queen.
There have been recent calls in the community of Killyleagh to take away the title from the Baron. The Duke of York’s nephews also hold titles in Northern Ireland.
Prince William and Princess Kate are known as Baron and Baroness Carrickfergus, Co Antrim.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are the Baron and Baroness of Kilkeel, Co Down.
The late addition of Killyleagh brings the total of books of condolences for the Queen to 13 across the council district of Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.
A council spokesperson said: “Please note that the Bridge Centre in Killyleagh has now been added to the list of locations for Books of Condolence in Newry, Mourne and Down.
“The full list of locations is, Ballynahinch Community Centre, Bridge Centre, Killyleagh, Castlewellan Community Centre, Crossmaglen Community Centre, Down Arts Centre, Kilkeel Leisure Centre, Newcastle Bowling Pavilion, Newry Leisure Centre, Newry Town Hall, and Warrenpoint Town Hall. The books will be available for signing during normal opening hours.
“An online Book of Condolence is also available for signing.”
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