Prince Andrew: How Queen and Prince Philip 'read riot act' to Duke of York

  Daily Express 

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PRINCE ANDREW recently received a meaningful show of support from the Queen and Prince Philip at Balmoral after a controversial week – but Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh felt obliged to “read him the riot act” after an episode in 1984, according to unearthed reports.
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