Now, in addition to Queen Elizabeth II (95), Prince Charles (73) must also intervene in the penetration of Prince Andrew (62). The Duke of York recently reached an out-of-court settlement with Virginia Joffrey, 38, over the abuse. He should pay her the equivalent of about 15 million francs. But the scandalous prince suffers from a lack of cash.
“He has no income or money to pay off a bank loan, so family is the only way to guarantee repayment,” a friend of Andrew told The Sun. So far, according to several reports, the Queen is said to be financially supporting her son. As the British newspaper now writes, the king only gets a small portion of the amount.
Charles wants to restore family honor
On the other hand, Brother Charles will save a larger amount. The source explains: “There were discussions in the family about how to take ‘a little from here and a little from there.’ The heir to the throne wanted to use the credit to restore the family’s honour. He had previously asked his brother for the comparison.
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Andrew has 10 days to send the money so Virginia Joffrey can drop her lawsuit. The Duke of York is accused of repeatedly abusing her when she was a minor. Andrew is supposed to repay the loan to his brother when he gets the proceeds from the sale of his luxury chalet in Verbier, SS.
This threatens Andrew if he does not pay the loan
Because that could take another two months, Charles is standing up for him. “This payment must be made on time. He cannot count on the sale of the chalet. A lot of things can go wrong and the court will not wait for real estate deals.” If he does not repay the loan, he will lose money from the Queen’s will, according to the British newspaper. (BSN)
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