KING CHARLES kicks PRINCE ANDREW out of Buckingham Palace.


According to rumors, King Charles sensationally expelled his disgraced brother Prince Andrew.

According to the Sun, Prince Andrew, who was famously deprived of his royal and military decorations by his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, has been instructed to immediately find a new location to live.

According to a source, “The monarch has made it obvious that Prince Andrew has no place at Buckingham Palace.”

Andrew has received negative news as a result of his suspected association with notorious financier Jeffrey Epstein, and the official royal home, Buckingham Palace, has informed him that “there is no longer any place” for him there.

The palace, which houses Andrew’s room, referred to as the Chamber Floor, is supposedly scheduled for a ten-year makeover that will cost upwards of $400 million.

The insider told the Sun, “First his office closed last year, and now his sleeping quarters.

Andrew enjoyed having a room at Buckingham Palace since it served as both a bachelor pad following his divorce from Sarah Ferguson and a place for him to get ready for marriage.

He brought several new girlfriends, including model Caprice, back to his royal apartment. For a single man, a bachelor’s flat at St. James’ Palace lacks the same allure, the insider continued.

King Charles reportedly told Andrew that his only other choice, if he wants to stay in London, is his second royal home, St. James’.

Additionally, Andrew and Sarah Ferguson cohabit a 31-room Royal Lodge house near Windsor.

Andrew was recently evicted from his office at Buckingham Palace, dealing him a new blow.

A source informed the newspaper in December that “Any presence at the palace is officially ended.” “It’s evident now, the monarch. He is not a royal who works. He is by himself.

Following his affiliation with the pedophile Epstein, Andrew was prohibited from using the title “His Royal Highness,” and he also lost his patronage last year.

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