Files by Jeffrey Epstein: What King Charles thinks of Prince Andrew’s “arrogance”

King Charles thinks of Prince Andrew’s “arrogance” image credit wikipedia

A royal analyst has stated that King Charles is very sorry about a choice that was made concerning Prince Andrew. Following the release of the shocking Jeffrey Epstein files, which included evidence of a woman who claimed Prince Andrew had inappropriately touched her, former Sun royal editor Charles Rae spoke about Prince Andrew. Earlier, the claims are “categorically untrue,” according to Buckingham Palace. Prince Andrew has consistently insisted that he has done nothing wrong.

According to Charles Rae, King Charles will probably come to regret inviting Prince Andrew to Sandringham for Christmas in light of the new information.
Furthermore, it was stated that Prince Andrew has opposed King Charles’ plan to force the Duke of York into Frogmore Cottage after he was forced out of Royal Lodge.

“The King has tried to kick him out of the royal residences before,” Charles Rae said to GB news. That’s come to a standstill. The King will attempt to remove him from Windsor Lodge once more. He will still need a residence, and my guess is that it will be Frogmore Cottage—the previous residence of Harry and Meghan.

About King Charles

During the reign of his maternal grandfather, King George VI, Charles was born in Buckingham Palace. When his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, ascended to the throne in 1952, Charles became the heir apparent. In 1958, he was made a Prince of Wales, and in 1969, he was invested. He attended Gordonstoun and Cheam School for his education before spending six months at the Geelong Grammar School’s Timbertop campus in Victoria, Australia.

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