King Charles III may remove the royal titles of Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie because of Prince Andrew: expert

King Charles III He could change the royal titles of a few family members now that he is at the helm of the monarchy following the death of Queen Elizabeth II last month at the age of 96.

Her MajestyBorn Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, she was the longest reigning British monarch serving the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth countries for 70 years until her death on September 8. She gave birth to four children with the late Prince Philip Mountbatten, including the new Prince King Charles, Prince Edward, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew to disgrace.

The Duke of York is now eighth in line to the throne, but his controversial friendship with convicts Sexual offender Jeffrey EpsteinBesides allegations of sexual abuse, the Palace was forced to strip Andrew of his military affiliations and royal patronage in January 2022. King Charles may continue to remove any trace of dynasty affiliation after the Prince “embarrassed” the family with his actions.

Unfortunately for Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, their father’s behavior “It has had a truly negative and disastrous impact on their royal future,” royal expert Hilary Fordwich told Fox News Digital.

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Princess Beatrice (left) and Princess Eugenie may lose their royal titles due to the actions of their father, Prince Andrew.  The women were seen at Queen Elizabeth's funeral in September.

Princess Beatrice (left) and Princess Eugenie may lose their royal titles due to the actions of their father, Prince Andrew. The women were seen at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in September.
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“The princesses are more likely to become Lady Beatrice and Lady Eugenie since the sexual assault scandal of their father, Prince Andrew, destroyed their chances of becoming royal.”

Beatrice, 34, and Eugenie, 32, have daughters Andrew and Sarah Ferguson. The couple went through a highly publicized divorce in 1996, but they’ve remained relatively friendly over the years.

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“Retaining their titles is highly questionable because the decision on their titles will be made during the reign of their new uncle, King Charles III,” said Fordwich. “Now, with King Charles III making the decisions of the British monarchy, it is expected that Charles will make the use of titles more restrictive.”

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie can take the titles of “Lady” after their father’s former appreciation.
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Prince Andrew was stripped of his military affiliations and royal patronage in 2022. He attended the Queen's birthday celebration with Eugenie (center) and Beatrice (right) in 2016.

Prince Andrew was stripped of his military affiliations and royal patronage in 2022. He attended the Queen’s birthday celebration with Eugenie (center) and Beatrice (right) in 2016.
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She added: “It was not just about their father’s behavior, but that he knowingly and willingly embarrassed the entire royal family not only with his friendships, but also with his approval. Satanic “Newsnight” interview. His refusal to assist the FBI in their investigation of the foregoing compounded all his other errors of judgment.”

In 2019, Andrew spoke for the first time and tried to speak His relationship with Epstein The allegations against him sexually assaulted 17-year-old Virginia Joffrey in what turned out to be a disastrous BBC interview.

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A few days later, after intense public scrutiny, the Duke of York announced that he would be stepping down from his public responsibilities “for the foreseeable future”.

Prince Charles became King Charles III after the Queen's death in September, and he may be keen to remove the royal titles of Prince Andrew's children.

Prince Charles became King Charles III after the Queen’s death in September, and he may be keen to remove the royal titles of Prince Andrew’s children.
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“We know Prince Andrew has definitely gone to the carpet for his daughters to keep their titles and of course also to keep all semblance of royal life despite not being full-time royals,” said Fordwich. ‚ÄúThis came back and it was during the reign of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

There has indeed been, and still is, speculation about ‘conspirators’ in relation to the nicknames, since Princess Eugenie visited Prince Harry (her ousted cousin) in California in February, where they made a highly publicized visit to the Attending the Super Bowl. “

Prince Harry And his wife, Meghan Markle, left their royal duties and moved to the United States in 2020 due to what they described as British media interference and racist behavior towards their family.

“King Charles III certainly does not have the same kind attitude that his mother had for his wayward brother,” Fordwich added.

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Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have been married for 10 years and divorced in 1996. They stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 1986 to celebrate the Queen's 60th birthday.

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have been married for 10 years and divorced in 1996. They stood on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 1986 to celebrate the Queen’s 60th birthday.
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Andrew, who was stripped of his royal titles and patronage in 2022, was also banned from using the titles “His Royal Highness”.

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Peacock announced that ‘Prince Andrew: Exile’ will explore the ‘loud and complex’ life of the british king, Plus his relationships with Jeffrey Epstein and Jessalyn Maxwell in a new documentary series set to be released on October 5.

Palace insiders, journalists, the royal press secretary, members of Andrew’s social circle and the legal team who made shocking allegations against the fallen prince, were interviewed to create the film.

“When you’re the Queen’s son, no one ever tells you the truth,” said Tina Brown, editor of the magazine and author of Palace Papers in the trailer.

Another reporter said: “Prince Andrew thought he was more than a king.” “He thought he was a celebrity. The talk about dinner parties was that he couldn’t keep his pants off.”

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