King Charles III is yet to have his coronation ceremony and he has already been through quite a lot of Royal decision making, and the newest scandal in the Buckingham Palace is losing one of its members.
King Charles became king after his equally loved and hated mother, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away after a long reign. His coronation is set to be held this coming May, but he’s already been fulfilling a great deal of royal duties as the king.
His younger brother, Prince Andrew, was involved in a huge scandal that greatly damaged the public image of the Crown. He was revealed to be in the infamous Jeffrey Epstein network that was used to gather children for the obscene entertainment of several very famous and powerful adults, ranging from singers, actors, directors, and of course, Royal personalities.
This happened in 2019, and even though he went through consequences, he was not removed from the Royal family. A years later, he was accused of misconduct by Virginia Giuffre, who revealed that he made intimate physical contact with her when she was just 17 years old.
Both scandals made Andrew the target of the public eye and received multiple hate attacks, rightfully. The crown, in head of his mother, Queen Elizabeth, had no other option but to make him step down as a Royal Family member in 2021, his activities as a royal member were cancelled altogether, his security was removed as well, which used to be paid with taxes.
Now, his older brother, King Charles, has had to make the difficult decision of evicting him from the Buckingham Palace, home of the British Royal Family. Andrew had his residence, his work office and many other amenities in the Buckingham Palace that he can no longer use of.
What do you think about this decision?