You won't find Prince Andrew on social media any longer.

The disgraced royal has deleted several online accounts, including Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram pages. The move comes after he was stripped of royal connections while facing a sexual assault lawsuit.

Prince Andrew: Twitter, social media pages deleted

Prince Andrew's personal Twitter (@TheDukeOfYork) featured royal imagery and use of the HRH style, which is why it had to go.

Using the Wayback Machine, his Twitter appears to have been active until at least Sunday, Jan. 16.

Its bio read: "The Official Twitter Account for The Duke of York. Tweets sent by HRH are signed - AY."

He had over 250,000 followers and 12,000 tweets. The display photo was the Duke of York's coat of arms, and his cover photo showed the royals at Trooping the Colour.

An Instagram page (@hrhthedukeofyork) has also been removed, along with a YouTube page. For the moment, an official Facebook page in his name remains online.

In a statement to CNN, the Palace said: "Changes have been made to reflect the recent statement from Buckingham Palace regarding The Duke Of York."

That earlier statement had 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."

Prince Andrew will face a civil trial in the US between September and December. He's been accused of sexual assaults on a minor who was a victim of sex trafficking.

In recent days, both Prince Charles and Prince William publicly faced questions about their controversial relative, but neither commented on the matter.