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King Charles and Prince Andrew Fight Goes Wild

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By Augustine Mbam - - 5 Mins Read
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King Charles of England is reportedly “infuriated” with Prince Andrew, who has refused his brother's demand to move out of the Royal Lodge into the Frogmore Cottage, leaving the monarch tired.

Prince Andrew was supposed to move out of the Royal Lodge to accommodate William, the incoming new monarch whose coronation ceremony is scheduled on the 6th of May 2023. But according to Page Six, Andrew is not ready to leave because the Royal Lodge is seen as a symbol of senior royalty, an essential property in the family’s portfolio.

William is the Prince of Wales, the heir apparent to the British throne. The elder son of King Charles III and Diana, Princess of Wales. While Andrew is the third child and second son of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II, he is the younger brother of King Charles III. He is eighth in the line of succession to the throne and the first person in line who is not a descendant of the reigning monarch.

Andrew had been forcefully released from royal duties in 2022 after settling a sex-abuse case with Jeffrey Epstein and accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre. He was second to the throne until Princess Diana gave birth to Charles’s eldest son, Prince William. To persuade him to move out, Andrew was given the keys to the Frogmore Cottage, a five-bedroom home where the king recently evicted Harry and Meghan. Meanwhile, The family was meant to move out after the coronation ceremony.

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Before this moment, William, his wife Kate, and their children, George, Charlotte, and Louis, had moved to the Adelaide Cottage, near Andrew’s Royal Lodge, less than one year ago. Still, the four-bedroom apartment is already too small for the family.

However, Andrew is no longer a ‘working royal’ and he, therefore, would not need an office or to entertain dignitaries.” It is only sensible that William moves into the royal lounge as he needs more working space to reflect his new role.

Andrew's refusal to vacate the royal lounge has turned into a real battle that the king never dreamed of, making him tired and furious. If it were in the times of old, a king might banish rebellious relatives or even have their heads chopped off, but we were in the 20th century, and the King has simply been livid by the ongoing disobedience of his family.

The Spare Problem 

One of the problems associated with being a spare is that each time there is a new heir's birth, the spare drops down the rankings, and Andrew has been wholly caught on because Charles is King and he has all the power.