Prince Andrew Might Have Actually Been Fired By Queen Elizabeth

November 21, 2019 / Posted by:

Prince Andrew continues to guarantee extended job security for the writing room of The Crown, as the situation surrounding his choice to step away from his royal duties has gotten a little more scandalous. It now involves a source claiming Andrew didn’t step away, so much as he was aggressively pushed out by Queen Elizabeth, while Prince Charles propped the door open with his foot.

Andrew’s exit came four days after his interview with the BBC regarding his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. Andrew thought he killed it. The rest of us didn’t. And therein lies the problem. Sponsors of Andrew’s company [email protected] started pulling their money and support, and someone on Team Andrew finally clued in that he was officially damaged goods by association.

The previous rumor was that The Queen had successfully avoided the reality of the situation, because Andy’s her favorite son, and she believes him. But a source tells The Sun that The Queen held a meeting with Andrew and basically told him to hit the bricks.

“The Queen summoned the Duke to Buckingham Palace to tell him her decision. It was a devastating moment for both of them. His reputation is in tatters. It is unlikely he will ever perform royal duties again. He is disgraced.”

Another source says that they believe The Queen “is horrified” over the situation with Andrew, and that she was forced to “draw a line.” I’m picturing a dashed line, like in Family Circus comics, and this one leads as far away from Charles as possible. The Sun says that Charles is very concerned with his reputation, and he was the puppet master of the whole plan.

The Sun can reveal Prince Andrew held crisis talks on the phone with Prince Charles…Charles made it clear his brother must step down from royal duties. A senior Palace source said: “Charles was very involved in the decision as heir to the throne. He knew action had to be taken. The Duke knew he couldn’t fight any more. His royal career is over.”

I want to believe that when Charles hung up the phone, he started humming the theme song to Charles in Charge while singing, “New boy in the neighborhood, first in line and it’s understood, he’s here to take care of the creeeeeps.

Andrew will still be invited to stand on the palace balcony during major Royal Family events, like Trooping the Colour. He’ll still get to call himself Prince Andrew. He’ll still get money from The Queen’s private funds. He’ll no longer be entitled to his annual £249,000 Sovereign Grant, because that’s money that’s supposed to go towards official royal expenses, like travel. If he’s stepping away from official royal duties like he says he is, then he doesn’t need that allowance.

Another source says that any public support of Andrew by The Queen was just a smoke and mirrors show, and that behind the scenes, she was actually very “disappointed.” Lots of multi-generational disappointment for Liz, apparently. All that’s left now is for one of the great-grandkids to disappoint The Queen, although I don’t think it’s possible for them to achieve the level of disappointment cause by Andrew. If there was ever a week to knock over a cup of grape juice in the drawing room, this is it.

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