Prince Andrew ‘remains a danger’ to royal image after King ‘closes sleeping quarters’


The Royal Family will want to reconcile with Prince Harry to avoid spoiling the coronation, a royal expert said.


Prince Harry at Elizabeth II’s committal service in Windsor (Image: Getty)

“Even if they do manage to make some form of peace, [it] might be temporary. I think it’s going to be extremely difficult for them as a family – and more broadly, for the nation and for the Institution – to forgive what’s happened.”

Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have remained silent over allegations in the Sussexes’ Netflix series in which Harry claimed the Prince of Wales left him terrified after screaming and shouting at him during the Sandringham summit. Harry has also demanded an apology from the Royal Family for his wife Meghan.

Mr Sacerdoti told US Weekly: “I think Harry and Meghan have said they’re expecting an apology, but I think there aren’t many people who agree that it’s due that way round. Some of the individuals within [Spare] – the King, the Queen and the Prince of Wales – all come out of that book so badly.”

Prince Andrew ‘remains a danger’ to royal image after King ‘closes sleeping quarters’

King Charles III has made it clear to Prince Andrew there is “no place” for him in Buckingham Palace, an insider claims.

Prince Andrew “remains a danger” to the Royal Family’s image, according to a commentator after reports claimed the King closed his Buckingham Palace sleeping quarters

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams believes the Duke of York, 62, “does not seem inclined to live quietly” despite King Charles’ desire to place him “on the periphery” of the Firm.

His remarks follow an insider account suggesting the King, 74, sees the Palace as “no place” for his younger brother.

The source claimed Andrew is no longer allowed to sleep in a suite he has enjoyed for many years in the residence.

“It is true that he no longer occupies rooms at Buckingham Palace, though this will doubtless be explained away as part of the 10-year renovation of the palace, it is a sign that King Charles and the Prince of Wales are determined that he should in the future be on the periphery of royal life,” Mr Fitzwilliams told Fox Digital.

“They are all too aware of the public’s hostility toward him [and] the aura of entitlement… He does not seem inclined to live quietly, privately, possibly to help run the royal estates, which would make sense.”

Prince Harry should be invited at King Charles’ coronation, majority of Brits believe

The majority of the Brits believe that Prince Harry should be invited to attend King Charles’ coronation, a survey has found.

According to the latest Ipsos poll conducted for the London Evening Standard, two-thirds of Britons think the Duke should attend the ceremony at Westminster Abbey in May.

It suggested that 30 percent of the public disagree and think he should stay away after the highly personal and potentially damaging revelations made about members of his family in his autobiography.

The poll found a striking age gap between those who support the Duke’s invitation to his father’s celebrations and those who do not.

Gideon Skinner, of Ipsos UK, said: “Despite not being as popular as he once was, most Britons still think Harry should be invited to the Coronation in May, which suggests some hope for reconciliation.”

Charles lays bare poignant moment he was ‘moved beyond words’ as he marks profound event

King Charles championed diversity and said he was “moved beyond words” by “unimaginable horror” in his tribute to Holocaust Memorial Day.

Praising the theme for this year’s national commemoration of the event – Ordinary People – the King wrote that it “reminds us how it was ordinary people who were the perpetrators, bystanders, rescuers and witnesses to the Holocaust, and its victims”.

He added that all people “have a role to play and a responsibility to use our gifts for the benefit – not destruction – of our world and humankind.”

Charles also urged those commemorating the atrocities of Nazi Germany to “renew our commitment to work for a world free from identity-based persecution and violence.”

Charles’ headache with Harry ‘wouldn’t have escalated’ if key figure was in royal fold

The royal household may have already solved its Prince Harry problem if a former private secretary was still at the helm, has been told.

Royal author Andrew Lownie claimes that Sir Christopher Geidt is the man who may well have saved King Charles III from the public embarrassment that has hit the Royal Family in light of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle scandal.

Having worked as the late Queen Elizabeth II’s private secretary for a decade, the Baron and House of Lords member, Lord Geidt stood down from his position in 2017.

While he quit on what appeared to be amicable terms, in the period that followed, reports suggested that things weren’t quite as they seemed.

Some claimed that Lord Geidt had fallen out with Charles and his younger brother, Prince Andrew. Prince William, now Prince of Wales, is said to have lashed out at the pair over Lord Geidt’s treatment, with suggestions that he was, in fact, ousted from his position.

Now, Mr Lownie, who penned the 2021 book Traitor King: The Scandalous Exile of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, believes that were he not allegedly forced from his role, Lord Geidt may well have been the ideal person to help smooth over the currently frosty relationship between Charles and Harry.

Speaking to, Mr Lownie said things could well be different if Lord Geidt had Charles’ ear. While he said the way in which the Palace responded would have been the same if Lord Geidt was still around, he suggested the problem would not have lingered.

He said: “[It] should have been headed off much earlier and if Lord Geidt, the Queen’s former Private Secretary had not been disposed of in a Palace coup by King Charles and Prince Andrew, I don’t think the problem would have escalated.”


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