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Ever since Prince Andrew was forced to step down as a working member of the Royal Family due to his involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal and also the personal sexual assault allegations against him, he has allegedly been attempting to find a way back in. Even before his mother, Queen Elizabeth, died, King Charles reportedly made it very clear to his disgraced brother that, against his wishes and pleas, he would not have a future as a working royal.
However, Prince Andrew has allegedly refused to disappear. Over the weekend, he even showed up at a shooting party at Windsor estate, joining his siblings, Princess Anne and Prince Edward. According to a new report, the King is allegedly less than pleased about the siblings spending time with him. Keep reading to learn more—and to explore secrets of the Royal Family, don’t miss these The Biggest Royal Romance Scandals of All Time.
Prince Edward and Princess Anne Allegedly Went Shooting with Andrew
Prince Andrew attended a gathering with Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and other members of the Royal Family two days prior to King Charles’ 74th birthday. According to The Mail on Sunday, King Charles himself opted not to attend the shooting event.
King Charles Was Allegedly “Displeased” About It
Furthermore, he was not happy with his siblings for the very public show of support. “King Charles was said to be displeased that Edward and Anne had been publicly meeting up with Andrew and wanted it made clear that he had not been part of the shoot,” a source told the publication.
The Siblings Are Allegedly “Concerned” About Andrew
The source elaborated that the two siblings were worried about their brother. “Anne and Edward had been privately concerned about Andrew and wanted to check on him,” they said. “But Charles’s view is that he should not be in the public eye. His Majesty was not thrilled at all.”
Prince Andrew Will Allegedly Celebrate Christmas with the Family
Per Royal protocol, Prince Andrew will be able to celebrate Christmas with his family – privately. While he is expected to spend the holiday with King Charles at Sandringham, he will not join his siblings for their annual walk to St Mary Magdalene Church on Christmas Day.
Prince Edward Is Allegedly Not on the King’s Favorite List Right Now
According to a source, Prince Edward, the Earl of Essex, is not one of the King’s favorite family members right now. While many expected he would inherit his father’s title, the King has yet to grant it to him. “It hasn’t gone unnoticed,” a source added to the publication.
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