“Andrew has been talking to her constantly on the phone and has now gone up to stay with her for a few days,” a senior royal source told The Sun.
“Behind the scenes we are talking about a family falling apart, and Andrew is doing his best to shore things up.”
The scandal-scarred Duke of York has reportedly been his mom’s “tower of strength” over the last two weeks, as she dealt with grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle‘s decision to split from the royal family.
Known as the queen’s “favorite son,” Andrew, 59, was booted from royal duties in November after trying to justify his friendship with dead pedophile Jeffrey Epstein in a trainwreck BBC interview.
He had been keeping a low-profile, especially after his accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre, 36, doubled down in an explosive BBC interview claiming she had sex with the royal three times after being trafficked by Epstein.
Andrew likely sees the queen more than any other royal and “is her rock at the moment,” the source told The Sun.
Though “he may be finished in the eyes of the public” Andrew felt it was his “duty” to help his 93-year-old mother and father Prince Philip deal with the Megxit ordeal, the source said.
“He obviously has spare time on his hands, but he would have been there as a shoulder to cry on anyway.”
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