How does it mean – or simply the logical consequence…
As it stands, Prince Andrew, 63, will not be able to spend his summer at the Scottish estate of Balmoral. As reported by the Daily Mail, Brother King Charles III. (74) Blame.
It is likely to make the summer residence available to visitors two weeks longer than planned. “This will generate significant new revenue for the property,” a source told the newspaper.
However, it could mean that the Duke of York would be upset. Because he cherishes his time there since childhood.” Because it is precisely during this period that Prince Andrew must stay in residence with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson (63) and his two daughters, Princess Eugenie (33) and Princess Beatrice (34).
King Charles is said to spend his summer holidays at Mey Castle – a Scottish castle formerly owned by his grandmother, Queen Mum (1900-2002). He would then move to Birkhall, his home on the Balmoral estate.
In theory, Prince Andrew could still visit his Aberdeenshire estate later this summer, but he’ll need an invitation from his brother to do so. Andrew’s mother, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022), had previously held the position and invited the son to stay with his family for the summer.
Or is this about something completely different. Because it was reported weeks ago that Prince Andrew and his ex-wife had to leave their home in Windsor, the Royal Lodge.
Allegedly, the two should at the behest of King Charles III. Actually moving to smaller (and cheaper) Frogmore Cottage. Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle, 41, used to live there.
But the British media say Andrew is against the plans and refuses to leave. Recently, the royal family was said to have put all relocation plans on hold to give Fergie time to recover from breast cancer.
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