- Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her Platinum Jubilee
- Her disgraced son Prince Andrew WILL be there
- Prince Andrew is lined up for at least one event
Yes, Prince Andrew will be part of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee. Fresh off his sex scandal, the disgraced royal will make yet another appearance during his mother's celebration next week. Here's where you'll see him.
Prince Andrew is still invited to the Queen's Jubilee
The Telegraph just reported that Prince Andrew will join the Royal Family for a Jubilee event at St. Paul's Cathedral on June 3. It's a thanksgiving service that, notably, will also see Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attend.
It's the first confirmed Jubilee event for Prince Andrew as well as Harry and Meghan, who are the most controversial royals, although for very separate reasons.
The Palace recently confirmed the trio will not join the Queen on the Palace balcony at her parade on June 2. After that news, Prince Andrew's role in the Jubilee was a question mark, but we now know he'll break cover for the church service next Friday.
Hardly two months have passed since Prince Andrew settled his rape lawsuit out of court — for a reported £12 million ($15 million). But that hasn't kept him away from royal events in the weeks immediately after.
We last saw Prince Andrew support the Queen at Prince Philip's spring memorial service. Despite it all, Queen Elizabeth appears to stand by her scandalous son.
We'll see if he's by her side at the Jubilee on June 3.