King Charles Removes Prince Andrew From Buckingham Palace


Prince Andrew’s powers were taken away by the late Queen Elizabeth II after he became an accused in several scandals.

Andrew has been now removed from the Buckingham Palace by King Charles III and Andrew has been asked to find a new spot for residing.

According to some reports, King Charles III has clarified to Prince Andrew that Buckingham Palace is no longer eligible for him.

Andrew was involved in some controversy when it was revealed that he is a best friend of Jeffrey Epstein, who is a sex offender.

Following the controversies, Andrew’s royal and military honors were taken away and have been told that the Buckingham Palace is not for him anymore.

For now, there is no clarity on how his security will be maintained as Charles’ son Prince Harry and daughter-in-law Meghan Markle’s security has been removed as they have stepped down as senior royals.

Buckingham Palace has not commented anything about Prince Andrew’s removal from the place so far and they refused to answer any questions of the news outlets.

Also known as Duke of York, Prince Andrew is the third child and second son of Prince Phillip and Queen Elizabeth II.

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