Three Members Of The British Royal Family "Blacklisted" By King Charles III
Britain's King Charles III plans to remove Prince Harry and Prince Andrew from royal duties, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
The British covering plans to change the law on his successors and exclude his son and younger brother from the list.
Three Royal Heads "Blacklisted" By King Charles
This step will result in the Duke of York, the Duke of Sussex and Princess Beatrice (Prince Andrew's daughter - editor's note) being relieved of their duties as advisers of state should Charles III be unavailable.
During Queen Elizabeth II's reign, these roles were exercised by her son Charles, grandsons William and Harry, and son Andrew. And if the regency law is not changed, then three members of the royal family will be entitled to the position of councilors of state.
King Charles III, who is 73 years old, officially became the oldest British monarch to ascend the throne.
Problems In The British Royal Family
In early 2020, Prince Harry moved with his wife to the United States, where he and Meghan Markle gave a series of scandalous interviews discrediting the British royal family. Because of this, the new monarch planned to sue the American actress.
As for Prince Andrew, the scandals surrounding him have been more numerous. As for Prince Andrew, he was stripped of his royal sponsorships and military titles after he was accused of child sexual abuse by Virginia Giuffre, who alleges that as a minor she was sex trafficked to him by financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Even during the lifetime of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Andrew was removed from royal duties.
Prince Harry and Meghan Meghan, as well as Prince Andrew, were not allowed to attend the Platinum Jubilee ceremonies from the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as would have been expected, during the grand ceremony marking the start of festivities. The Platinum Jubilee celebrations mark her Queen Elizabeth II' 70th birthday.