Charles is evicting the disgraced Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace

King Charles is evicting the disgraced Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace. The 62-year-old former Duke of York will no longer be allowed to have an office in the castle that serves as the royal residence, sources told The Sun.

The disgraced prince resigned from the royal family nearly three years ago due to his associations with sex-trafficking couple Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. After retiring from public service in 2020, the late Queen Elizabeth is said to have allowed him to keep a small staff and use the palace.

But now, under his brother’s rule, Prince Andrew won’t even be able to use Buckingham Palace as a corresponding address. “Any presence at the Palace has officially ended,” a source told the outlet. “The king has made it clear. He is not a working royal. He is alone.”


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The expulsion is the latest in a series of sanctions that followed Andrew’s attempt to deny knowing Virginia Giuffre, her longtime accuser who claims Epstein and Maxwell forced her to have sex with him.


He paid Giuffre a $12 million settlement in February after she sued him for sexual assault, though she has yet to acknowledge the claims.

December 21, 2022 saw the appointment of Queen Consort Camilla to the position of Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, which Andrew previously held and cherished.

He also lost his military and royal titles and was not allowed to wear his military uniform at his mother’s funeral. Not long after his death, King Charles informed his brother that he would never return to royal life.


The king reportedly canceled Andrew’s 24-hour security service last month. From what is known, Andrew will retain the 31-bed Royal Lodge on the Windsor property for the time being.

Despite exile from the palace, Andrew is expected to spend Christmas dinner with King Charles and the rest of the royal family at Sandringham, which will also include Andrew’s ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, for the first time in 30 years.

The 73-year-old king will also honor the late Queen Elizabeth II in his maiden address on Christmas Day.Read More…..


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