Charles plans to boot several royals

Brenda Watkins
December 2, 2019

The emails involving Andrew's aide Amanda Thirsk suggested that while on official trade missions at taxpayers' expense, he was drumming up business for a Luxembourg-based bank for the super-rich, owned by his business partner in the offshore fund, David Rowland, 74, and his family.

"So the process of slimming the monarchy has already begun, as we know Charles was pushing his mother to meet with Andrew and have him step back from his royal duties".

Virginia Roberts (now Virginia Giuffre), 36, who claims Prince Andrew had sex with her three times when she was 17, is anticipating another interview to reveal more details about her time with him.

These would be the only working royals if Prince Charles gets his way.

Charles has always been reported to want a monarchy reduction.

An investigation by the Mail on Sunday claims Prince Andrew had conflicts of interest between his friend wealthy property developer David Rowland and his role as the UK's special representative for global trade and investment.

This line of behaviour corresponds with Andrew's interview with BBC when the member of the royal family said he remained friends with Epstein even after his conviction due to the sense of "loyalty". She says now that Andrew is out of the picture, she doesn't see him undertaking royal duties again.

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Giannulli, who has 1.93 million subscribers on YouTube , posted a two-minute video titled " hi again " Sunday explaining her return.

When it's all said and done, Barger says that "the monarchy will be Charles and his children and grandchildren".

Taking to Twitter to calm the masses, Charlie Proctor, the Editor-in-chief of Royal Central, said this was becoming an annual event.

Charles' eldest son Prince William will then take over as Prince of Wales, a move that will see William and his wife Kate Middleton's royal duties increase.

Reports suggest Charles is demanding his younger brother "comes clean" as Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre speaks to BBC Panorama. The duke denies the allegations.

Prince Andrew "categorically" denied the allegations in an hour-long interview with the BBC's Newsnight program two weeks ago, saying he had "no recollection" of having met Ms Giuffre.

Epstein was found hanging in his cell from an apparent suicide while awaiting sex trafficking charges in NY in August.

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