But Andrew is now said to be 'Covid-free' and is therefore expected to be at the service at St George' Chapel in Windsor for members of the Order of the Garter.
Queen Elizabeth II (centre) with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and his wife, Queen Maxima, in St George's Hall at Windsor after the king was invested as a Supernumerary Knight of the Garter, ahead of the Order of the Garter Service at St George's Chapel on June 17, 2019
The Royal Family in procession at Windsor for the Order of the Garter service on June 17, 2019
(left to right) Sophie Countess of Wessex, Queen Letizia of Spain, the Duchess of Cornwall, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and the Duchess of Cambridge stand together as they watch the annual Order of the Garter Service at St George's Chapel in Windsor on June 17, 2019
It came as a surprise change to the planned arrangements – only weeks earlier he had been banished from royal public life and paid to settle his court case.
Spain's Queen Letizia leaves the Order of the Garter Service in Windsor on June 17, 2019
Yeomen Warders during the annual Order of the Garter Service at Windsor on June 17, 2019
They are people who have held public office and are personally chosen by the Queen in recognition of their work.
The King of Spain and the King of the Netherlands were both installed as members of the Order at the Garter Day Service in 2019.
Buckingham Palace has not yet confirmed whether the Queen will attend the service, which is one of the most important dates in the annual royal calendar and is returning for the first time in three years since it was last held in June 2019.