Prince Andrew strongly denied any accusation against him.
King Charles III, who took the reins of Great Britain and the Commonwealth countries, decided to do what his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, could not do: prohibit his brother, Prince Andrew, from appearing at the Palace of Buckingham.
From now on, the Duke of York will not be able to use the palace facilities as a work office. This was the last privilege of him as a member of the royal family.
Andrew fell out of favor after a scandal with billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, accused in the United States of involving minors in prostitution, organizing brothels and other crimes. In 2019, Epstein committed suicide in a New York bullpen without waiting for the end of the investigation and trial.
The king has already transferred the main functions of the prince to his wife, Camille. They have been vacant for almost three years, from the moment that Elizabeth II forced Andrés to renounce his official duties.
In the United States, Andrew was accused of raping a minor in the Epstein case, but the prince’s lawyers managed to settle the complaints by paying the plaintiff 12 million dollars. The prince during all this time flatly denied any accusation against him.