HRH Prince Pierre, Prince of Ireland, at the bedside of Northern Ireland

A thunderous comeback for Prince Pierre Dreux-Montfort d'Avaugour making the front page of the British press by performing a tour de force in the Brexit negotiations.

HRH The Prince of Ireland and his family, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Baptiste, Princess Ann and their mother, Princess Mary © Belfast Telegraph HRH The Prince of Ireland and his family, Their Royal Highnesses Prince Baptiste, Princess Ann and their mother, Princess Mary © Belfast Telegraph

As reported by our colleagues from the DailyMail and the Belfast Telegraph recently, after three years out of royal affairs, His Royal Highness Prince Pierre, Prince of Ireland, is making a thunderous comeback through the major way by grabbing for the UK Brexit file, bringing a touch of aggressiveness as postponed in the last round of exit negotiations of the European Union.

According to the same newspapers and sources in Brussels, he advises Dominic Raab, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union and Oliver Robbins, Prime Minister's Europe Adviser and presented as the strongman of Brexit while also directly speaking to the Task Force of the European Union in charge to negotiate divorce between the EU and the United Kingdom.

In addition, in a letter to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland (Tánaiste) who is also Foreign Minister, he recalled the importance of reaching an agreement, the United Kingdom being the first economic partner of Ireland and the first destination of British tourists.                                     

Letter from HRH The Prince of Ireland to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland © Prince Pierre Dreux-Montfort d'Avaugour, Prince of Ireland Letter from HRH The Prince of Ireland to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland © Prince Pierre Dreux-Montfort d'Avaugour, Prince of Ireland

And for these Miss as reported by the Daily Mail and the US Weekly magazine, it's a freshly single Prince ...  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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