Prince Andrew: Leaving his royal residence? It’s a no and it has nothing to do with Sarah Ferguson

Prince Andrew: Leaving his royal residence? It’s a no and it has nothing to do with Sarah Ferguson
Prince Andrew: Leaving his royal residence? It’s a no and it has nothing to do with Sarah Ferguson

The decline of the prince Andrew began with the scandals related to Jeffrey EpsteinThe magnitude of the affair was such that the Duke of York had to resign from royal duties in 2019. Despite his withdrawal, his brother, the
roi Charles III wanted to solve two problems with one decision. According to him, by kicking Prince Harry and Meghan Markle out of Frogmore Cottage and asking Prince Andrew to

moving the Royal Lodge.

The Duke of York was notably asked to leave the property of
30 rooms in Windsor, estimated at more than 35 million euros. This is to live in the former HQ of the Sussexes in the United Kingdom. Despite this decision of the king, the Duke of York
persists in staying at the Royal Lodge where he lives with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

Photo credit: Bestimage Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson – Arriving at the Mass in honour of King Constantine II at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on February 27, 2024.

Prince Andrew: he refuses to move for a symbolic reason

Some royal experts have theorized that Prince Andrew is refusing to move because of Sarah Ferguson. However, it seems that this is not the case. Talk show host Kevin O’Sullivan has put forward a “symbolic reason” as to the persistence of Prince Andrew.

Andrew has lost everything. And he doesn’t like it. Andrew thinks he should be allowed back into the royal fold, so him keeping the key to the Royal Lodge has become a symbol for him“, advanced
animator
. “It is a symbol of his remaining power. “As long as I still have these keys, I can still stand up to my brother King Charles.” That’s basically what I understand.“, he added.

Prince Andrew: financial inability to maintain the premises!

On the same show, royal expert Kinsey Schofield highlighted Kevin O’Sullivan’s words, saying: “I agree and looking at the pictures we have seen over the last few weeks it is a bad image of Prince Andrew that the building is falling apart
and that he is not really able to sustain it financially at this stage“.

As reported by theExpressPrince Andrew, 64, is required to “repair, renew, maintain, clean and keep in good condition and, if necessary, rebuild” on
a duration of 75 years stipulated in the lease agreement granted in 2003 by the Crown Estate. However, the Duke of York has not “regular employment” Currently.

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