Prince Andrew snubbed by siblings at 60th birthday party

Prince Andrew was snubbed by the rest of the royals at his 60th birthday party — with three of his siblings failing to show, according to reports.

With the royals reeling from his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein‘s sex trafficking scandal, Andrew’s milestone birthday was long troubled — with the Queen scrapping plans for a lavish party and last-minute invites going out to make up for friends refusing to show.

The low-key private dinner ultimately drew around 50 guests last week — but none of the senior royals, according to the Daily Mail.

Notably, his older brother, heir to the throne Prince Charles, was not there, nor was his younger brother, Prince Edward, nor his sister, Princess Anne, according to the paper’s columnist Sebastian Shakespeare.

There was no mention of how his 93-year-old mother, Queen Elizabeth II, nor 98-year-old father, Prince Philip, marked the occasion — although they did get flack for posting a baby photo tribute earlier that day.

“Neither of Andrew’s brothers was there, nor was Anne, but it was a wonderful party,” one guest insisted, saying there was still a “really good range of people.”

Those in attendance included former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, actor Sir John Standing and racing heir Guy Sangster, according to the report.

Liu Xiaoming, China’s UK ambassador, also attended the party at Royal Lodge, the Windsor residence Andrew shares with his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson, the Mail said.


(Clockwise from center front) Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Philip

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China’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom Liu Xiaoming

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Bernie Ecclestone

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The do ended with “a few games after dinner” of what Shakespeare called “the high-spirited sort that the Royal Family has favored for generations.”

Andrew — whom the FBI still wants to interview — has always denied any wrongdoing connected to his late pedophile pal, who hanged himself in his Manhattan lockup in August.

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