Prince Andrew is no longer a resident of the most exclusive address in London.
The Sun claimed on Wednesday that Andrew’s older brother, King Charles III, had seemingly completed the disgraced royal’s exile from Buckingham Palace.
“All his treasured possessions have been shifted out while renovation takes place — and they will never return now his older brother Charles is king,” the news source reported.
In December, the monarch notified Andrew that he could no longer utilize his office space at the palace; yet, he continued to reside in his royal suite there until recently.
“Andrew loved having a suite at Buckingham Palace where he was not only set up for marital life with Sarah Ferguson but used it as a bachelor’s pad after his divorce,” stated the Sun.
“He brought back a string of new girlfriends to his home in the Palace — even model Caprice. A bachelor’s flat in St James’s Palace doesn’t have the same allure for a single man.”
It is the latest setback for Andrew, whose association with the late millionaire sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein has generated headlines and many lawsuits.
Queen Elizabeth stripped Andrew of his royal and military titles in January 2022, in advance of a legal suit in which he was charged of sexually assaulting a minor when she was under Epstein’s influence.
This case was eventually resolved out of court. The settlement sum was estimated to be “up to £12 million” (about $14.8 million in U.S. dollars.) by The Sun.
In February of that year, Andrew was prohibited from entering Windsor Castle, where the queen spent most weekends.
Since the queen’s passing in September, the situation has gotten worse.
In a meeting that purportedly left Andrew in tears, Charles rebuffed Andrew’s request to return to royal responsibilities.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
“Charles told him that he can go off and have a good life, a nice life, but that his public life as a royal is at an end,” a source familiar with the conversation said.
Andrew is also well-known — and widely disliked — for being rude to staff and rather fanatical about certain possessions. CONTINUE READING…