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Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson fear being 'kicked out' in royal reshuffle
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson fear being turfed out from their Windsor mansion as the new King streamlines the Royal Family.The Duke of York is reportedly expecting to be told to pack his bags and leave the 31-bedroom Royal Lodge owned by the Crown Estate.Following the death of his and older brother Charles' mother, the Queen, it is thought to be only a matter of time that the new monarch delivers on a royal reshuffle that he previously hinted at.READ MORE: William and Harry's truce 'only temporary' - with key move to tear brothers apart againKing Charles III is apparently set to make changes to the law preventing non-working royals being counsellors of state.Under new plans, Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice would all become ineligible to stand in for the monarch, with a change up to the 1937 Regency Act outlined by the King.According to The Telegraph, it would appear relevant steps are being made to have the law changed as soon as possible.The Crown's abundance of property which spans over 500,000 acres of land across the UK, is likely to fall under the King's impending review but Andrew could enjoy a tidy if 'kicked out'.If his undisclosed 100-year lease on the the Queen Mother's former home, Royal Lodge is cut short, Andrew may be able to claim up to £7million in compensation.For the time being, Andrew must take care of Her Majesty's beloved corgis following her death on September 8.An insider told The Sun that the Duke who was thought to be "under the protection of the Queen" would not be forced to leave Royal Lodge in the near future because it would "seem callous to throw them out so soon after she died"."But if he's doing no duties and rattling around a £30million mansion during the
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Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral Invite List: Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Global Royals and More
Thania Garcia Although the royal family has yet to confirm the official list of attendees for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, various heads of state have already confirmed their planned attendance at the Westminster Abbey ceremony scheduled for Monday, Sept. 19. Buckingham Palace revealed the full schedule of the funeral plans — which will begin in London and end in Windsor — including the several categories of dignitaries invited: global government representatives, foreign royal families, governors general, realm prime ministers and heads of state. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will be present, along with all of the heads of the Commonwealth including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Indian President Droupadi Murmu and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Joining them will be President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, French President Emmanuel Macron, Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska and the presidents of Austria, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Poland, among other representatives.
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Royal fans praise Queen's youngest grandchild, 14, for 'bravery' during vigil at Westminster Hall
Queen's youngest grandson, James Viscount Severn, as he took part in his grandmother's vigil at Westminster Hall.People were quick to point out how mature he was while undertaking his first royal duty at age 14.Others remarked on his likeness to Prince William and Prince Harry, during Princess Diana's funeral.READ MORE: King Charles' anger in 'Pengate' troubles come from holding his pen incorrectly, reveals expertElizabeth II's grandchildren held the vigil at just after 6pm, which involved them standing around her coffin as a way of paying their respects.Prince William and Prince Harry, who were both dressed in their military uniform, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, and Lady Louise Windsor and James Viscount Severn were all in attendance.Members of the public filed past the vigil to pay their respects to the Queen's casket, which has also been broadcast on television. Many have taken to social media to note how James looked solemn while guarding the coffin, his head down looking at the ground, and to commend him for his bravery for stepping up at a young age.One fan wrote on Twitter: "Absolute huge respect to #ViscountSevern at just 14 years old, stood vigil at his grandmothers #QueenElizabeth coffin, showing absolute respect, loyalty and dignity under the harsh scrutiny of the public.
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