Prince Andrew to be banished from Buckingham Palace as King Charles tells his brother: 'There is no place for you'
Published: 27/01/2023- 11:19
Updated: 14/02/2023- 10:20
Prince Andrew is set to be banished from Buckingham Palace in a fresh blow to the disgraced royal.
Charles has informed his brother he will no longer be able to keep his suite at the royal residence according to a royal source.
The source told The Sun: "The King has made it clear that Buckingham Palace is no place for Prince Andrew."
They added: "First his office closed last year and now his sleeping quarters.
King Charles has three siblings: Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward
"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.
"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."
This week, a leading royal expert told GB News that Prince Andrew is being airbrushed out of key royal moments.
Katie Nicholl was discussing the fact Andrew had not issued any form of public statement following the announcement his daughter, Princess Eugenie is expecting her second child.
Nicholl said: “He has been airbrushed out of key family moments.
“If you think back to her sister Beatrice's wedding, there was no official picture of Andrew.
"I think the risk of bringing Andrew in any capacity, even a happy story like this moment, is that it then reignites everything else that comes with the Andrew story."
Prince Andrew has been allowed to retain his Duke of York title
She added: “I think he just needs to slip into the background quietly and to be honest, even if he were to go through all of these steps the idea that he's coming back into royal life, it's not going to happen.”
Nicholl also lavished praise on Prince Andrew's youngest daughter Princess Eugenie: “I think she is a thoroughly fresh, modern, I'm going to say bit part royal, because she's not a full-time working royal, but when she needs to step up to the occasion she does.
“She's doing what Charles has envisaged for members of the Royal Family that aren't in direct succession to the throne, having a career, having a family, having an ordinary life."