More misery has piled upon disgraced royal Prince Andrew, with his business plunging into thousands in debt, the release of a new documentary into his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, and the deletion of his social media accounts.
It comes just days after the Queen stripped Prince Andrew of military titles and royal patronages over an ongoing civil sex abuse lawsuit.
Prince Andrew's official Twitter page @thedukeofyork is no longer active, with the profile now only displaying 'this account doesn't exist'. The account was deleted by Buckingham Palace in a move to overhaul the Prince's online presence.
His official YouTube channel has also been closed, though his official Instagram and Facebook accounts remain active.
Prince Andrew's bio on the royal family's website has also been changed, now reflecting his new status as a private citizen.
The Queen stripped the Prince of his remaining titles last week so he would be a 'private citizen' while fighting a civil lawsuit filed by Virginia Robers Giuffre. Andrew has always denied her allegations.
But it doesn't end there for the prince. The Daily Mail has revealed a business he controls has plunged into over £200,000 ($402,000) worth of debt.
Urramoor Ltd, a company used to manage investments, has hit red according to newly filed accounts. The company was set up in 2013 just 18 months after the prince was forced to step down as a UK trade envoy due to his relationship with Jeffery Epstein.
A company that worked with Urramor Ltd has described it in the past as the 'private investment office for HRH Duke of York'.