Prince Andrew: this new reason for storm in sight in the royal family

Prince Andrew: this new reason for storm in sight in the royal family
Prince Andrew: this new reason for storm in sight in the royal family

Prince Andrew has kept a low profile for a long time. The Duke of York has seen his image tarnished with the case of the pedophile Epstein and the accusation of sexual abuse he suffered from Virginia Giuffre. In 2022, remember The Mirror on May 4, 2024, King Charles III’s brother had to pay £12 million to Virginia Giuffre as part of a deal.

Prince Andrew’s finances would soon be put back on the mat. Last year there was talk of the Duke of York being expelled from Royal Lodge of Windsor, a huge property with 30 rooms which he had to take care of the maintenance if he wanted to continue living there.

Prince Andrew: the Duke of York does not maintain his home

Maintenance of Royal Lodge cost in the 400,000 pounds per year. A sum that the son of the late Queen Elizabeth II would not have. Prince Andrew refused to leave his mother’s former home, located in the great park of Windsor. He concluded an agreement on the Crown Estate to stay on the property provided the repairs continue.

A Source told The Mirror that : “THE Duke of York is clearly responsible for the upkeep of the Royal Lodge grounds, which is certainly not the case […] there is no doubt that the king will be alarmed by the actual condition of the residence after the Duke assured him that everything was in order“. THE Royal Lodge would indeed be in ruins.

Prince Andrew: his Royal Lodge is in ruins

Exclusive photos obtained by the British media The Mirror on May 4, 2024 would show that Prince Andrew is unable to ensure the maintenance of the Royal Lodge. The photos show “what seems to be increasingly large cracks on bricks, as well as peeling paint on an exterior building“.

Prince Andrew’s house appears to be crumbling and desperate need repairs. Which could reignite the quarrel with Charles III and Prince William over whether he should still live there, the magazine believes. Expert Ingrid Seward believes that Prince Andrew has a “exaggerated sense of self-importance“. That is why “he thinks thathe should live in a palace or something similar“.

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