Humiliated Prince Andrew has lost another royal privilege — his official Twitter handle.
The scandal-scarred royal’s official page — @thedukeofyork — had been completely deleted by Wednesday, with a message now saying, “This account doesn’t exist.”
The bio used to read, “The Official Twitter Account for The Duke of York. Tweets sent by HRH are signed – AY.”
It was deleted by Buckingham Palace in a move to overhaul the prince’s online presence, according to the Telegraph — with Andrew’s bio on the royal family’s website also reflecting his new status as a private citizen.
While still listed as a member of the family, his page now focuses on the historic announcement last week by Andrew’s mother, Queen Elizabeth II, to strip her middle son of his titles and patronages.
“The Duke will continue to not carry out public duties,” the site stresses.
The blunt “about” page ends with just one sentence on achievements “prior to stepping back from public life,” saying he “undertook a wide range of public work, with a strong economic and business focus.”
Under the heading “Supporting the Queen,” Andrew’s official duties are all listed in the past tense, saying, “An important part of The Duke of York’s role was to support The Queen’s work as Head of State.”
He was, however, still listed as ninth in line to the throne, a birthright.
He follows Prince Harry — who also lost the right to his HRH title when he fled life as a senior royal — and Harry’s two children with Meghan Markle, Archie and Lilibet.
It is the latest humiliation for Andrew, who was booted from royal duties in late 2019 over his ties to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and convicted madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
The Queen stripped him of his remaining titles last week so that he would be a “private citizen” while fighting a Manhattan lawsuit filed by his longtime sex accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
Andrew has always vehemently denied her allegations.