King Charles' 'Key' Royals: Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie Help Monarch Clean Up 'Tarnished' Crown Courtesy of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Can Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie help King Charles?

Jun. 29 2024, Published 10:51 a.m. ET

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Although Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie do not work for King Charles III full-time, His Majesty reportedly relies on the York daughters to help clean his Sussex "tarnished" crown.

"It's fair to say that the royal name (and reputation) has been tarnished by the Sussexes," PR expert Laura Perkes told GBN when mentioning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. "Therefore, changes do need to be made to improve the overall perception of the royal family and keep them relevant."

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Beatrice and Eugenie have not been asked to become senior royals.

The analyst went on to suggest the monarch offer royal upgrades to an entire slate of "junior royals." She added: "I think it's a strong strategic move to promote Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, Zara Tindall and Lady Louise Windsor as working royals."

"Each of the women are role models who focus on projects that have a purpose and matter to them," Perkes continued. "They're all very 'real' and 'normal' which will work in favor of the royal family."

But conflicting reports recently found that the King has apparently decided that Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's daughters will not become full-time, senior working royals.

"There has been much chatter about the possibility of the York sisters becoming working royals, but it is understood Beatrice and Eugenie will be limited to informally helping out when necessary," royal correspondent Cameron Walker told an outlet.

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King Charles and Prince Andrew have been feuding 'since His Majesty acceded to the throne,' a former royal insider shared.

This insight comes as the Royal Lodge fight intensifies as the Duke of York is determined to defeat the monarch for the sake of "Beatrice and Eugenie's inheritance."

"Andrew has no intention of moving out, and it’s extraordinary that his brother has chosen to reopen this battle via anonymous briefings to the press." a friend of the former Jeffrey Epstein confidant spilled.

"It's like they [the Palace] have learned nothing from the whole Harry and Meghan debacle," the friend added. "Andrew does not have a huge amount in his life anymore; the house is one of the few things keeping him going, and the idea that he is going to throw that away along with his children’s inheritance is just absurd."

They continued: "The place is perfectly well maintained, and the notion that Andrew is in dire financial straits is not remotely accurate. He still has the support of plenty of friends and has plenty of business interests."

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'In over a quarter of a century since divorcing Andrew, Sarah has become much more outspoken,' a palace insider shared.

This comes after Fergie all but confirmed the long-running Charles and Andrew rift with Good Morning Britain host Martin Lewis when he kept asking the ex-royal about the quarrel. "I tend not to get involved in brothers' discussions, and I think that's the safest place to be," Ferguson pointedly told the broadcaster when asked about the squabble. "Let the brothers discuss it between themselves."

Beatrice and Eugenie are fully titled and styled British royals, but these distinctions do not always automatically assure senior working status.

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A long-running debate has suggested that Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie should become 'senior working royals.'

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