Oop! King Charles has reportedly banned Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace!
According to a Buckingham insider, King Charles says the disgraced Prince is no longer allowed an office inside of the royal headquarters.
“Any presence at the Palace is officially over,” the source said. “The King has made it clear. He isn’t a working royal. He’s on his own.”
Charles’ decision comes after the disgraced prince resigned three years ago over his affiliation with sex trafficking duo Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Following his resignation, Queen Elizabeth allegedly allowed Andrew to maintain a space in the palace and oversee a small staff. However, his brother isn’t being so lenient and is even banned him from using the castle as a corresponding address.
Andrew’s dismissal is just one of the consequences he faced following the sex trafficking allegations.
Virginia Giuffre sued Andrew for sexual abuse after Epstein and Maxwell forced her to have sex with him. Andrew previously denied knowing the woman and did not admit to the allegations but later paid her off with a $12 million settlement.
Not only was Andrew stripped of his Royal titles but his military ones as well and was not permitted to wear his uniform at his mother’s funeral.
After the queen’s passing, Charles reportedly told his brother that he will never return to the royal life. To prove his point, Charles removed Andrew’s 24-hour security service last month.
Despite his banishment, Andrew is still expected to celebrate Christmas with the royal family. He will also likely keep his government-funded 31-bed Royal Lodge on the Windsor estate.