King Charles Shock: Prince William’s Father Reportedly Booted Out Prince Andrew From Buckingham Palace; Princess Eugenie’s Dad No Longer Have Access to Apartment, Office

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King Charles allegedly made a bold move. Prince William and Prince Harry's dad had reportedly booted his younger brother out of Buckingham Palace.

King Charles Removed Prince Andrew's Buckingham Palace Access?

Prince Andrew was previously forced to close his office in Buckingham Palace. However, a new report claimed he no longer has access to his suites in the palace too. All his possession were reportedly shifted out amid the palace's ongoing £369millio renovation.

"The King has made it clear that Buckingham Palace is no place for Prince Andrew," an anonymous source told The Sun.

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"First his office closed last year and now his sleeping quarters. 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."

Another insider echoed the same sentiment to Entertainment Tonight. The insider told ET that King Charles had removed his sibling's access to his former apartment and office.

The tipster added that it was shocking he was still able to keep the royal digs after he stepped back from his royal duties. King Charles reportedly has no plans to evict him from Royal Lodge, where he and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson live.

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Prince Andrew Trying To Rebuild Reputation?

The latest report about King Charles evicting his younger brother's access from the palace came amid reports that Prince Andrew was trying to rebuild his reputation.

Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice's dad was reportedly very confident when he told his pals that he could restore his shattered reputation due to his association with Jeffrey Epstein and Virginia Giuffre's sexual assault lawsuit, which he settled in an undisclosed amount in February 2022.

"He says details are about to be made public, which will change people's perceptions of him. He says that it will happen next month," the source told The Sun.

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Apparently, something else happened. His access to Buckingham Palace was removed.

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A royal expert recently said that it would be unlikely for Prince Andrew to receive support from "the top" about rebuilding his reputation, especially that His Majesty has plans to slim down the monarchy.

"The cold hard truth is that there's a new boss in town. Look, Charles' plans for the future of the monarchy never included Andrew," royal expert Shannon Felton Spence Fox News Digital.

"Even before all this. A slimmed-down monarchy focusing on value for the public was only ever going to include Charles, his sons and their families. Now with Prince Harry out, we can expect the primary focus of the monarchy to increasingly be the king, the queen consort, as well as the Prince and Princess of Wales."

What can you say about the reports that King Charles had already evicted Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace ahead of his coronation in May?

Stay tuned for more news and updates about King Charles and Prince Andrew.

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