Princes Charles and William demanded Andrew’s exile

Last night Queen Elizabeth II expelled Prince Andrew from the Royal Family of England, stripping him of all his military titles and patronage.

In a succinct two-line statement, Buckingham Palace also forced him to relinquish his title of royal highness and dashed his hopes of returning to public duty.

Buckingham Palace said the ninth in line would defend his US sex abuse charge “as a private citizen”.

Palace sources said the move had been “widely discussed” within the royal family. Prince Andrew’s lawyers tried to persuade the judge to dismiss this civil lawsuit, but their actions were unsuccessful.

The Daily Mail reveals this morning that Prince Charles, heir to the throne, and his son Prince William were said to have played a ‘decisive’ role in the decision to force him out of the family, before the Queen made the final decision Wednesday, just after the court verdict.

‘It’s about the survival of the institution. It always has been and always will be’, a palace source said. In its statement, the palace said: “With the Queen’s approval and consent, the Duke of York’s military affiliations and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen.”

“The Duke of York will continue to hold no public office and is defending this case as a private citizen.”

Andrew was summoned for a 90-minute meeting with his mother at Windsor Castle yesterday – and was accompanied by his personal solicitor, Gary Bloxsome, who accompanied him from his nearby home, Royal Lodge.

But Gary Bloxsome, who was employed by the prince to orchestrate his battle over Virginia Roberts’ rape and sexual assault allegations, was unable to enter the royal residence and remained seated in the car, insiders have revealed. of the castle.

Prince Andrew, 61, is being sued in New York by American Virginia Giuffre, 38, who accuses him of having had sex with her when she was 17. She would have been delivered to the prince by the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, friend of the duke of York. The prince strenuously denied the charges.

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