G. McConway
December 27, 2022

REPORT: King Charles Bans Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace

There is nothing like gossip to help make the day go quicker.

King Charles has reportedly had enough of the nasty drama surrounding Prince Andrew.

Having been linked to Jeffrey Epstein and his sexual exploits, Andrew is reportedly no longer welcome at the royal palace.

Not Welcome

When Andrew first got linked to Epstein, it did not take long for him to step away from the limelight.

In 2020, all of his public duties were gone, but Queen Elizabeth did permit him to keep a small staff on.

That seems to be changing under Charles, as the King has reportedly even revoked Andrew’s ability to use the palace address on his correspondence.

A source stated, “Any presence at the Palace is officially over. The King has made it clear. He isn’t a working royal. He’s on his own.”

The accusations made by Virginia Giuffre seem to have been the last straw for Chuckie.

Andrew has denied knowing the woman, but he finally gave in and paid her $12 million in February regarding the sexual abuse allegations. It was awfully hard to deny knowing the woman when there was a picture of Andrew with his arm around her and Ghislaine Maxwell leering in the background.

Andrew has been stripped of all honors, including military and royal titles. He was not even permitted to wear his military uniform at the Queen’s funeral. Since then, he has also been stripped of his security detail.

For now, Andrew will be permitted to reside at the government-funded 31-bed Royal Lodge on the Windsor estate, but people are not even sure how much longer that will last.

Andrew is truly on the outside looking in, having disgraced the crown as a member of the royals for the last time.

Source: New York Post

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