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Prince Charles urged Queen Elizabeth to relieve his brother Andrew from royal duties

by Tracy Finke

British Prince Andrew is retiring from public office due to his association with a convicted s*x offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Prince Charles requested from Queen Elizabeth II to retreat her younger son, Prince Andrew (60), from royal duties. The reason for this decision is the connection of the Duke of York with the American billionaire convicted of se*ual offenses Jeffrey Epstein, which damages the reputation of the British royal family.

The Prince of Wales has strongly urged his mother, when he was on tour in New Zealand, telling her to stop the scandal that has engulfed the entire royal British family.

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Queen Elizabeth agreed and then called on her favorite son, Prince Andrew at Buckingham Palace to deliver the bad news to him personally. She told him that he will lose his £ 250.00 tax-funded paycheck and would only appear in public at family gatherings.

Prince Charles told his mother that it was about protecting the institution of the monarchy itself and that it was necessary to react quickly.

Prince Andrew, who has not yet found himself face to face with his older brother, returns to Buckingham Palace today to see the Queen for the first time since she retreated his duties.

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Prince Charles and Andrew quarreled over whether Princess Eugene and Beatris were enjoying the benefits that William and Harry have.

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