G. McConway
January 8, 2024

Prince Andrew Says He Will Not Leave Home in Windsor

The release of the Jeffrey Epstein files has once again brought the shame of the Royal Family over Prince Andrew back into the spotlight.

There have been rumors that the Royals would kick Prince Andrew out of his digs at the 30-room Royal Lodge in Windsor.

Andrew, however, says he is not going anywhere.

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Andrew shares the residence with his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson.

When the rumors started to swirl, it was made apparent that Andrew would fight any eviction scheme tooth and nail.

A source close to Andrew stated, “The King can’t force him out. He has a cast iron lease that he has absolutely every intention of honoring.”

In 2003, Andrew signed a 75-year lease for Windsor Castle.

Recent reports had King Charles trying to get Andrew to voluntarily leave the castle, offering him the home where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were living before their move to the United States.

However, the four-bedroom cottage is hardly the digs of the 30-room castle, not to mention Andrew has spent millions having the castle renovated.

The only other alternative for Charles would be to cut off funding for Andrew, squeezing him financially until he buckled to the King’s demands, but that would surely not play out very well in the media.

Andrew’s name has again surfaced in the Epstein scandal after the documents from Virginia Giuffre’s lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell were released unredacted.

While Andrew has always professed his innocence, Giuffre has maintained that she was sexually abused by Prince Andrew when she was only 17 years old.

Juan Alessi, Epstein’s butler from 1991 to 2002, said that Andrew was a regular visitor with Epstein, having spent weeks with the pedophile at a time.  Further stating that Andrew enjoyed “daily massages” when visiting Epstein’s Florida home.

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