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Prince Andrew is left ‘furious’ after finding out the King might ban him from wearing lavish velvet Knight of the Garter robes at Charles’s coronation

New upheaval within the royal family! Prince Andrew would be furious following a possible decision of King Charles III concerning the Coronation ceremony.

Does the torch burn between King Charles and his brother Prince Andrew? The younger man has been in turmoil for several years, due to his friendship with businessman and sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, who took his own life in 2019. But the situation escalated when Virginia Giuffre filed a complaint against Prince Andrew in August 2021, accusing the latter of having sexually assaulted her three times in 2001, when she was 17 years old. After several months of suspense, leaving the Prince under the threat of a trial, he finally reached an out-of-court settlement with his complainant, based on a “substantial” financial payment, the amount of which has not been disclosed.

If Andrew managed to avoid the court’s judgment, he could not escape the public’s, which was indignant to see the Duke of York go unpunished despite the heavy accusations. The other members of the royal family understood this and had to deal with the unwanted member of the Crown. Prince Andrew has already lost his military titles as well as his honorary title of the City of York, and his brother may well continue to slap him on the wrist by reducing his financial support.

Prince Andrew “furious” at the idea that Charles III could put him aside

But that’s not all! It seems that King Charles III is considering banning Prince Andrew from wearing the lavish velvet robes of the Knights of the Garter at his coronation. Already last June, he was deprived of the traditional ceremony of the Order of the Garter in Windsor. A source told the Mirror that the prince had been “kept in the dark” about his outfit for the coronation, although others had been told the details, and that he was “furious” at the idea that he could be banned from wearing the robes. What will King Charles III decide? Verdict on May 6!

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