Charles, Anne and Edward agree Andrew can never return to public life

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Dance Andrew’s siblings held a summit nine months ago in which they agreed that their brother would never return to public life, it has been claimed.

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Charles, Anne and Edward met in January to discuss the scandal-hit prince, who is facing a sexual assault trial in we.

Virginia Giuffre, 38, a Jeffrey EpsteinVictims filed a civil case in August accusing Duke of rape and sexual assault When she was 17 – claims she has done for many years and which she has always vehemently dismissed. His lawyers say the allegations are “baseless”.


A source told the Sun on Sunday: “Nine months ago Charles, Anne and Edward had a meeting, a summit, and agreed there was no way out.”

Prince William is said to see his uncle as a threat to the future of the monarchy.

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Sources close to William told the Sunday Times they think Andrew has an “ungrateful and ungrateful” attitude towards his situation.

An insider said: “There’s no way in the world he’s ever coming back, the family will never let it happen.”

After Andrew’s disastrous newsnight interview nearly two years ago, William, 39, had his rendezvous with the Queen and her father, Charles.

A source revealed that William despises Andrew’s attitude.

The insider said, “Any suggestion not a gratitude to the institution, anything that might lead the public to think that senior members of the family are not grateful for their position, (thinks William) is really dangerous.” Is.”

The royals were shocked when Andrew took it upon himself to speak to TV cameras following the death of their Prince Philip in April.

He feared he was trying to force his way back into the limelight to return to public life.

A source said, “(Andrew) was literally pointing a gun at the camera and making it clear to the family that he would be in front of the camera as soon as possible.”

Andrew has kept a low profile over the past few months and even missed the birth of his granddaughter following Princess Beatrice’s labor.

He went to Balmoral twice this summer to visit his mother, who is paying her legal fees from her Duchy of Lancaster income.

Andrew’s US legal team finally accepted that the case was served on September 21 and a preliminary hearing is due in New York next month.

Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Prince Andrew did not comment.


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