Prince Andrew again evicted from Buckingham Palace .

The son of Queen Elizabeth who, after the Jeffrey Epstein scandal became a reprobate of the Windsor house and lost every role of representation of the British royal family, was removed by King Charles III himself, intent on distancing the shadow even further of the younger brother in disgrace from the public image of the palace, less than 5 months after the death of the sovereign.

The reason could be Andrea's possible legal action in the US to rehabilitate.

Elizabeth's former favorite son, according to Rupert Murdoch's Sun, would now have been deprived of his representative lodgings in the palace : a private apartment where the duke used to stay when passing through the capital of the Kingdom.

In the meantime, accommodation that seems to have been cleared of all the objects dear to him , including the famous collection of teddy bears to which, according to the tabloids, the 62-year-old cadet prince seems to have remained morbidly fond even in his mature age as a childhood memory . The Sun writes that the staff of the royal house actually offered Andrea to choose an alternative London pied-à-terre in the adjacent St. James Palace : another official residence of the monarchy, but symbolically less exposed.


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