Prince Andrew Reportedly Has No Plans Of Leaving The Royal Lodge Despite Possible Eviction
Since THE QUEEN’s death, King Charles has taken it upon himself to take out the trash- and by trash, I mean Prince Andrew– whose £249,000 allowance was reportedly slashed earlier this year by Charles. King Charles has also reportedly been trying to evict Andrew from his current residence at the 30-room Royal Lodge mansion. Charles apparently wants to move Andrew to Frogmore Cottage after kicking out Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. But Andrew is not having it, and sources say that he’s “refusing to budge” from his Royal Lodge.
The Sun claims that now that the Coronation is over, King Charles isn’t fucking around (uh huh) and wants Andrew out. Well, if King Charles is supposedly that desperate for Andrew to leave Royal Lodge, all he has to do is plant an underage girl decoy outside of the property, and that shameless squatter will run from his beloved royal pad faster than you can say, “Little Saint James!” Multiple sources have spilled that Andrew plans on staying put. The Sun reports:
One said: “This has been his family home for the last 20 years. Is it really sensible to kick him out?
“He’s concerned that now the coronation is over, the knives are out. But we’re dealing with human beings, not real estate.”
Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson’s daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, are regular visitors.
Another friend said: ‘Eugenie is heavily pregnant and her parents expect to have the new grandchild there this summer.”
Sources say that the plan was for Andrew to be put on the curb by September and for Prince William and his family to move into Royal Lodge, but that timeline was deemed “too early” by The Firm. And a “friend of Andrew’s” said that Charles and William should host a little tea talk with Andrew to work things out:
A pal said: “If Charles wants Andrew to play ball and help the family, aren’t there better ways of going about it?
“Why not do the decent thing, sit down and talk? If they need the house for William, perhaps Andrew should be told. Perhaps William should invite his uncle for tea and explain?
“Or why doesn’t Charles invite his brother for a meeting and ask him if he’d leave Royal Lodge to help his nephew and the future of the monarchy.
“And agree a schedule acceptable to both sides?”
Someone should just take Andrew by the hand and let him know that Royal Lodge is not fitting for a royal of his stature and there’s a much more suitable place for him to live while walking him to the dungeon. And I think the most shocking part is that story is that The Sun wants us to believe that Andrew actually has a pal (well, a pal who is still alive anyway).