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Prince Charles Told Prince Andrew That "There's No Way Back"

Prince Charles tells Prince Andrew "there's no way back" amid Jeffrey Epstein Scandal
December 9, 2019 - 09:55 / Sarah Schulz

Prince Charles summoned Prince Andrew to Sandringham for a showdown where he told Andrew that there is "no way back" in the near future and relieved him of his royal duties. 

Prince Andrew has been under fire ever since he interviewed with BBC Newsnight about his friendship and connection to convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The interview was called "disastrous" by many and the royal family in turn was in the middle of a scandal. Prince Andrew had to step down from his royal duties for the foreseeable future.

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Prince Charles tell Prince Andrew there's "no way back" 

Prince Charles recently summoned his younger brother to Sandringham where he effectively retired the Duke of York from all of his public duties. He told his brother that there was "no way back into the family in the near future" according to the Daily Mail.

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Prince Charles worries about Andrew going to the US

Prince Charles read Prince Andrew the riot act and Andrew "though he was being treated harshly as nothing has yet been proved against him, but he accepted the decision. He really had little choice," the Daily Mail reports. Charles is apparently also concerned with the idea that his younger brother could go to the United States to clear his name. He believes that this decision could "remove the mystery" surrounding the British Royal Family.