Prince Andrew Fights Back: Defiant Duke Determined Not to Let King Charles 'Throw Away Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie Inheritance'

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Source: MEGA

A 'rotund' Prince Andrew is reportedly set to fight King Charles over his home.

Jun. 11 2024, Published 4:42 p.m. ET

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The Royal Lodge fight intensifies as scandal-ridden Prince Andrew is determined to defeat King Charles 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.

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Source: MEGA

Sarah Ferguson 'basically confirmed' the long-running Royal Lodge feud.

"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."

This led one commenter on X to state: "Glad to see Andrew finally grow a pair and stand up for what is rightfully his!"

One critic pointed out: "It is not his estate to fight for. The Crown estates own it and let him stay there because his mother negotiated a lease with them."

This comes after Sarah Ferguson 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."

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King Charles reportedly wants Prince Andrew out of the Royal Lodge near Windsor Castle.

Around that time, a bombshell report in The Times blew the lid off the property argument, exposing just how ruthless the King was in his battle to throw the "piling on the pounds" prince out of the opulent estate. But a source stepped forward to explain how the monarch is willing to be fair with his out-of-work younger brother.

"The King’s kindness is not without limit, and there is a very good option for Andrew to move into Frogmore Cottage… which also has the benefit of being within the Windsor Castle security cordon hence reducing the need for alternative round-the-clock security for Royal Lodge," they told an outlet.

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'That poor horse,' someone wrote on X in response to new pictures of Prince Andrew.

Yet another recent report reflected how the Duke of York has "ballooned" in weight as he spends his days "watching TV in a darkened room" and "comfort eating" to cope with the stress.

"He often diets, a bit like Fergie, who has been a regular dieter," royal author Andrew Lownie shared during his writing of a new book on the prince. "He can go up and down between 13 and 15 stone."

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Sources say that King Charles will likely lose his bid to boot Prince Andrew from Royal Lodge due to the scandalous princes' lease.

Source: TRO

GBN reported on the expert and insider revelations.

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