Prince Andrew ‘alone’ after being ‘banned’ from Buckingham Palace

The brothers' relationship reportedly deteriorated sharply

The brothers’ relationship has reportedly taken a major turn for the worse (Picture: Getty)

King Charles has reportedly “made it clear” that Prince Andrew is no longer welcome at Buckingham Palace.

The new monarch has banned his younger brother from using the royal residence as a relevant address, palace sources claim.

A source told the Sun: “Any attendance at the palace has officially ended.

“The king made it clear. He’s not a working king. He’s on his own.’

Andrew resigned from his royal public duties following allegations of sexual assault by Virginia Giuffre and scrutiny of his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

He firmly denied the allegations and reached an out-of-court settlement with her in February.

The disgraced king is said to have been “furious” recently at having his taxpayer-funded protection withdrawn from the Metropolitan Police.

Andrew is believed to have written to both the Home Office and Scotland Yard to complain.


Prince Andrew is “his property”, royal sources claim (Image: Andy Buchanan/AFP)

His security will be replaced by private security guards who will cost up to £3million a year, reports The Telegraph.

It was suggested that the bill would be picked up by Charles as it is believed Andrew has no regular income.

Buckingham Palace and the Duke of York were reached out to for comment and declined to comment.

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