Prince Andrew, Duke of York, KG, GCVO, CD (Andrew Albert Christian Edward; born 19 February 1960) is a member of the British royal family. He is the third child and second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and a younger brother of King Charles III.
Andrés de York en 2013. Estandarte del duque de York. Monograma. El príncipe Andrés, duque de York (Andrew Albert Christian Edward; Londres, 19 de febrero de 1960), es el tercer hijo y el segundo hijo varón de la reina Isabel II del Reino Unido y de su marido, el príncipe Felipe, duque de Edimburgo.
Un decreto posterior, dictado el 8 de febrero de 1960, precisa, sin embargo, que mientras que la Soberana y sus cuatro hijos —Carlos, Ana, Andrés y Eduardo— serían conocidos como Windsor, otros familiares que no fuesen príncipes o altezas reales llevarían el apellido Mountbatten-Windsor.
Current use. The British monarchy asserts that the name Mountbatten-Windsor is used by members of the royal family who do not have a surname, when a surname is required.  For example, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Anne, Princess Royal, children of Queen Elizabeth II, used the surname Mountbatten-Windsor in official marriage registry ...
Prince Andrew, Duke of York (b. 1960) m. Sarah Ferguson, div. 1996 Princess Beatrice of York (b. 1988) m. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi; Princess Eugenie of York (b. 1990) m. Jack Brooksbank; Prince Edward, Duke of Edinburgh (b. 1964) m. Sophie Rhys-Jones. Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor (b. 2003) James, Earl of Wessex (b. 2007) Mountbatten-Windsor
The Prince Andrew, Duke of York KG, KCVO, ADC (P) (Andrew Albert Christian Edward Mountbatten-Windsor; born Windsor, 19 February 1960 ), is a member of the British Royal Family, the third child and second son of Queen Elizabeth II. He has held the title of Duke of York since 1986.
The surname Mountbatten-Windsor first appeared on an official document on 14 November 1973, in the marriage register at Westminster Abbey for the marriage of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips. A proclamation on the Royal Family name by the reigning monarch is not statutory; unlike an Act of Parliament, it does not pass into the law of the ...