Prince Andrew: the son of Elizabeth II soon expelled from Windsor by his brother, Charles III?

Prince Andrew: the son of Elizabeth II soon expelled from Windsor by his brother, Charles III?

Will Prince Andrew be King Charles III’s first target? Tenant of a property in a Crown property, the Duke of York could be expelled by his brother.

  • Will King Charles III crack down on Prince Andrew?
  • The Duke of York could be expelled by his brother
  • It was until then defended by Elizabeth II

Protected by Elizabeth II, hated by Charles III? Defended body and soul by his mother for many months and during the sex scandal in which he was cited, Prince Andrew is now worried about the treatment reserved for him by his brother, who became king of England since the death of Elizabeth II, on September 8th. And according to the first indiscretions, he has reason to be anxious since Charles III could decide to strike a blow. The sovereign, who is trying by all means to keep his promises to rationalize the monarchy and slow down spending, is said to be on the verge of expelling his younger brother from Windsor. According to information from the Daily Mail indeed, the Duke of York is said to be awaiting a letter advising him to leave the Royal Lodge.

For years, this 31-bedroom property at the Crown Estate, one of the UK’s largest Crown apartment landowners, is where he has lived. Since King Charles III had warned of wanting to get rid of some assets and reduce the costs of the monarchy, specialists now expect a review of the vast portfolio of Crown properties, which covers more than 200,000 hectares of land. This examination could thus lead the British sovereign to decide to expel Prince Andrew of the mansion where he lives with his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson and the corgis that belonged to his late mother. If that were the case, the father of Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice would be indebted for a significant sum of money.

Charles III “ruthless” with his brother Andrew?

Years ago, he signed a preferential, but undisclosed, 100-year lease on this property which belonged to the Queen Mother. Thanks to this document, Prince Andrew could be compensated up to 7 million pounds sterling in the event of breach of contract by the Crown. As the Daily Mail reports, Prince Andrew owns no property apart from a ski chalet bought with his former wife in Verbier for £18million. The Duke of York was later forced to sell it to clear his debts as he failed to repay £5million he owed to the seller, French socialite Isabelle de Rouvre, who sued in justice. But his time at Windsor isn’t quite over yet.

A source told The Sun that Prince Andrew, considered to be “under the protection of the queen”, would not be kicked out of the Royal Lodge in the near future as he “would seem ruthless to evict them so soon after his death”. If asked to leave, the Duke of York will have to find new accommodation. Prince Andrew has indeed sold his former marital home in Sunninghill Park, near Windsor, which was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth II. The 12-bedroom property had been up for sale for five years before it was suddenly bought in 2007 for £15m by Timur Kulibayev. But no question for the King Charles III to be understanding with his brother. Quite the contrary. The sovereign should quickly take strong decisions to wash the honor of his family and further distance the Duke of York, from whom Elizabeth II had removed the royal titles.

Prince William wants to ‘ban’ Prince Andrew

Prince William, the new Prince of Wales, should help him since he cut off all contact with his uncle this year. “There will be no public role or return for Andrew, if the Prince of Wales has a say in the matter – and let me assure you there is.Robert Johnson told Metro. For Prince William it’s simple, he should be banned.” King Charles III and his heir Prince William want the Queen’s funeral to ring “the end of Andrew’s public appearances”. Her Majesty will have to decide whether or not to finance her brother’s lifestyle, as the Queen did. It is estimated that the Duke of York received £21million a year from the private income of the Duchy of Lancaster, which is now under Charles’s control.

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