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Prince Andrew banned: Brother Charles no longer wants to see him here

The conflict between Prince Andrew and his brother Charles seems to be escalating: the British heir to the throne has decided to take a drastic step.

Windsor – The members of the British royal family are concerned about the developments in the abuse scandal surrounding Prince Andrew (61), which they will see should not make the royals happy. The serious allegations against the Duke of York draw wide circles.

The renegade royal has long been an integral part of the international headlines. Whether it’s intimate revelations from Andrew’s former employees or new scandalous photos, Queen Elizabeth II’s former favorite son (95) is making a name for himself. The never-ending news that is shaking the crown is said to be a thorn in the side of a relative in particular. Prince Charles (73) apparently has very little sympathy for his younger brother.
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As a Palace source revealed to The Sun, Andrew’s presence at Windsor Castle and his media exposure are hugely disturbing to the British heir to the throne. Charles even banned his brother for that! “Charles wants Andrew out of sight and out of the picture. He was warned to go to the diving station. Charles doesn’t want Andrew to be photographed every other day being driven to the castle happily and waving,” the insider said. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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