The King has only been left with one choice after his brother Prince Andrew has refused to leave his £30million mansion, royal experts claim.
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chancellor of the exchequer can also force the Duke of York, 63, to vacate the premises.This position in the Parliament is the chief finance minister and is responsible for setting volumes of taxation and public spending across the country.The current chancellor is Jeremy Hunt.“The lease is in the duke’s name, so no one can take that away from him,” the friend told the Times recently.“It has never been suggested that it could be taken away from him,” the pal continued. “It’s a long lease with 80 to 90 years left on it.”They continued: “That’s not a matter for the king.
It’s a matter for the chancellor of the exchequer.”The source noted that there is only one way to kick Andrew out of the abode — through a civilized arrangement that he would have to agree to.The Royal Lodge was gifted to Andrew in 2002, and he has been living there with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.The Windsor residence is allegedly set to be given to Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton.Charles is even trying to persuade Queen Elizabeth’s favorite child to move into Frogmore Cottage, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s former home.Andrew is “refusing to budge” from the home and Charles, 74, has been trying to get him to leave the 30-room mansion since April.Andrew is also reportedly afraid that the sovereign could unplug the electricity at the lodge in an attempt to oust him more quickly. “He is so fragile.
He’s refusing to see anybody. This has been his family home for the past 20 years.
Is it really sensible to kick him out?” the insider told the Daily Mail earlier this month.“He’s concerned that now the coronation is over, the knives are out,” they added. “He’s worried that the royals might even turn off the utilities to get him out of there.
The King has only been left with one choice after his brother Prince Andrew has refused to leave his £30million mansion, royal experts claim.
King Charles’ Coronation has been hit with more than 8,000 Ofcom complaints by fuming TV viewers. Coverage of the momentous occasion was broadcast on Saturday 6 May - with millions of Royal fans tuning in to watch the King and Queen Camilla being officially crowned at Westminster Abbey.
The Fab Five: The King’s Grandchildren.” One of those so-called mistakes is “particularly when it came to matters of the heart.”“What I think he wants to do is try and help these young grandchildren grow up in as normal a way as possible and create more fully rounded human beings who are unafraid of their emotions and who are able to have the confidence to marry whom they want,” said Kaul, the Mirror reported.“And to have a happy, successful and fulfilled personal life.”Charles is granddad to his son Prince William’s children: Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.He is also gramps to his younger son Prince Harry’s kids: Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 1.Charles infamously had an on-again, off-again relationship with his current wife, Queen Camilla, throughout the decades.The former prince of Wales was married to Princess Diana from 1981 until 1996 — and both parties had their own affairs during the courtship.One former employee of the royal family was also featured in the special and gave some insight into the different personalities of Louis, Charlotte and George.Queen Elizabeth’s ex-press secretary Ailsa Anderson specifically touched upon Charlotte’s aura, saying that she loves to be in the limelight.“It appears to me that Princess Charlotte has no qualms at all about being in the spotlight on public events,” she said.Simon Vigar, a royal correspondent for Channel 5, also explained that George was at one time “bossy,” though things may have changed.
King Charles is a “secret comedian” who has an “amazing sense of humour”, pop legend Lionel Richie has revealed. The singer, 73, added that “no one knows” how funny the 74-year-old monarch actually is. Lionel made the comments after appearing at King Charles’ Coronation concert at Windsor Castle earlier this month - which came the day after the Royal and his wife Queen Consort Camilla were officially crowned at Westminster Abbey.
Prince Andrew is reportedly refusing to vacate the Royal Lodge, despite plans for Prince William to move into the property. King Charles is said to have embarked on a shake-up of royal households in recent months, with the duke of York set to be moved from Royal Lodge - the 30-room, Grade II listed mansion, in Windsor Great Park, where he has lived with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson since 2003. As part of the shake-up, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were evicted from Frogmore Cottage - the UK home they were gifted by the late Queen following their marriage in 2018.
King Charles III is posing with his heirs. In a photo released on Friday, the new king smiles alongside his son, Prince William, and grandson, Prince George.
King Charles III is posing with his heirs. In a photo released on Friday, the new king smiles alongside his son, Prince William, and grandson, Prince George.The photo was taken in Buckingham Palace's throne room by Hugo Burnand on the day of Charles' coronation.Charles wears fill regalia in the shot, including The Robe of Estate and The Imperial State Crown, and is holding the Sovereign’s Orb and Sovereign’s Sceptre with Cross.
Just one week on since the formal Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Buckingham Palace has officially released two new photos to commemorate the historic occasion.The images, which were perfectly captured by photographer Hugo Burnand featured both the monarch and his wife as they posed for photographs in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace. In the first image shared by the palace, the King could be seen seated alongside the two future Kings of the UK, Prince William and his son Prince George.
had a longtime affair with Camilla Parker Bowles — now Queen.Despite those two very significant relationships, Charles also allegedly had another rendezvous: with Lady Dale “Kanga” Tryon.While not much has been written about Lady Tryon, she made a name for herself in royal social circles through her work as a fashion designer.Charles — who gave the socialite the nickname “Kanga” due to her Australian roots — once called her “the only woman who ever really understood me.”She was thought to be one of the first gals to sleep with Charles — before his high-profile associations with Camilla, 75, and Diana. He became pals with Dale when she married Anthony Tyron, 3rd Baron Tryon, in 1973.The Baron had been a part of then-Prince Charles’ in-crowd, and Dale got to know the royal more intimately through her spouse.However, she had actually crossed paths with Charles for the first time back in 1966 — when she met him at a school dance in Victoria, Melbourne, where she grew up.But before dipping her toes into the world of tiaras and gold, Dale made the grand move to the United Kingdom from the land down under so she could work on her couture label in 1972 — just a year before her wedding.
estranged son and his wife Meghan Markle following his coronation last Saturday.“The opportunity that was there for Harry to sort this out with the King is gone for now,” a friend of the newly-crowned monarch told The Daily Beast recently.“Of course, Charles would always welcome a reconciliation with Harry and Meghan, he has made that very clear,” the pal explained.“His door is always open in that regard,” the source continued.Contention has been running high between Markle, 41, the Duke of Sussex, 38, and the royal family since the couple made the move to California in 2020.The rift was further deepened when Harry dropped his 400-page memoir “Spare” this past January and wrote about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and his tension-filled relationship with his family.The Invictus Games founder made the decision to attend Charles’ coronation on May 6 at Westminster Abbey.However, Markle decided to stay home in the US with her two children, Archie and Lilibet.Harry made an appearance at the lavish crowning and was demoted to sitting in the third row with his cousin Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.Harry’s older brother Prince William, his wife, Kate Middleton and their kids, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte were seated in the front pew of the illustrious ceremony.Harry was also unable to don ceremonial robes unlike the Prince of Wales and wore a simple Dior suit and his medals.He then opted to only stay in the United Kingdom for 24 hours, jetting back to Los Angeles right after the event so he wouldn’t miss his son Archie’s fourth birthday.Before heading to his British Airways flight, the prince reportedly spent just 30 minutes at Buckingham Palace and didn’t see any members of his family.He
Privy Purse coinage?King Charles, 74, has been dubbed the monarchy’s hardest-working royal in the last decade, according to figures compiled by the DailyMail.The newly-crowned sovereign has had his hands full with some 5,000 royal engagements in the last 10 years, they counted. His tally rivals his sister’s, Anne, Princes Royal, who, between 2013 and 2022, carried out about 4,693 events.
King Charles made a comment about not getting too close to the Buckingham Palace balcony during the weekend’s Coronation celebration, says a professional lipreader. The new monarch, 74, and Queen Consort Camilla were officially crowned at Westminster Abbey on Saturday - with thousands of people lining the streets of London to take in the pageantry while millions more watched on at home.
King Charles is still clearly in high spirits from his Coronation weekend as he beamed while taking up his first role since officially being crowned.The 74-year-old was crowned as Westminster Abbey in London on Saturday in a televised event which was watched by over 20million people across the country. But it was back to work as usual on Tuesday as he met with academics and aviation leaders on a tour of the new facility at the Whittle Laboratory in Cambridge.The monarch was dressed smartly in light grey suit for his visit as he learnt about the laboratory, which aims to accelerate the path to zero carbon flight.
King Charles III's coronation, and one family member was noticeably missing.In the new portrait, shared to the royal family's official Twitter account Monday, Prince Andrew was noticeably left out of the shot. The photo did, meanwhile, see Charles' other siblings, Princess Anne and Prince Edward in their royal regalia alongside the newly crowned king and Queen Camilla.Also included in the group photo were the rest of the senior royal members -- Prince William and Kate Middleton, Princess Anne's husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Prince Edward's wife, Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh and Princess Alexandra.Andrew's absence does not come as a major surprise, after he stepped back from his royal duties in November 2019 amid his controversial connection to disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who died in jail in August 2019.In addition to keeping him out of the photo, the embattled fourth sibling was also kept in the background throughout the weekend's coronation proceedings.
took Charles and Camilla’s wedding photos in 2005, snapped the pictures immediately after the 74-year-old monarch was officially crowned at Westminster Abbey on May 6, reports the BBC.Dressed in the Robe of Estate and wearing the Imperial State Crown, Charles looked regal in Buckingham Palace’s Throne Room. The new monarch is captured holding the Sovereign’s Orb and Sovereign’s Scepter with Cross in his often-mocked “sausage” fingers.
King Charles III. The image, taken by Hugo Burnand, shows the monarch seated on one of a pair of 1902 throne chairs made for the future King George V and Queen Mary for use at the coronation of King Edward VII.He’s seen wearing the Imperial State Crown, holding the Orb and Sceptre with Cross, and dressed in his regal purple tunic and Robe of Estate.The first official portrait of His Majesty The King following his Coronation on 6th May.
King Charles III‘s official coronation portraits have been released!
King Charles’ coronation is finally here. The ceremony is the first in 70 years, and it’s one that has been in its planning stages for decades. King Charles’ coronation is a historic event that will be watched by millions of people, whether they’re located in the United Kingdom or they’re tuning in from their TV screens from locations all over the world.
Prince William and Prince Harry's relationship has become more strained in recent years. Even before Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, made the decision to step away from royal life and relocate to America in 2020, the brothers showed signs of a serious rift. Today, the sons of King Charles III and the late Princess Diana are more divided than ever — but it wasn't always like that.Harry and William both attended their father's coronation on Saturday, May 6, 2023, at Westminster Abbey in London, England, marking the first time they were together since their grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II's funeral last year. The brothers did not speak or have any interaction with one another.Harry attended the coronation solo -- while Meghan and their two children — Archie, who turned 4 on Saturday, and Lilibet, 1 — remained at home in California. After attending the ceremony, the Duke of Sussex made a quick exit to the airport, presumably on his way home to America.The youngest son of King Charles III was absent from the royal family balcony after the coronation and had no notable role during the ceremony. He also skipped Sunday's coronation concert, celebrating the newly crowned king and queen.Now, ET delves into what went wrong in the brothers' relationship and where they stand today.We didn't expect a royal reconciliation at King Charles III's coronation.
King Charles III and Queen Camilla's unexpected cameo during Sunday's was almost as big a surprise for Ryan Seacrest as it was for everyone watching.Following Sunday's new episode of, Seacrest spoke with ET's Denny Directo, and explained how quickly the high-profile cameos came together.«I have to tell you, I was driving in and my phone rings and it's the executive producer and she says, 'Well, we've got some news,'» Seacrest shared. «I thought maybe something happened [with a contestant].