Sunday, 23 October 2016

Prince Charles and Andrew in bitter feud with the Queen at the middle


Prince Charles's sons have been doing a great deal of Royal duties which have seen them travel all over the world. Involve themselves in many charity works just like their mom.


Dailymail gathered that recently Prince Andrew, the Queen's other son wants his own daughters(their cousins) to follow suit. He wants them to carry out their Royal duties full time.

He noted that the princesses, who are seventh and eighth in line to the throne, should be given larger living quarters within Kensington Palace, the Sunday Express reported.

The Duke of York allegedly put the concerns in a letter to his mother, who passed on the issue to Prince Charles.

Charles, 67, reportedly blocked the move, fearing an increase in the number of taxpayer-funded royals would threaten his popularity when he becomes king hence
he suggested a member of Government should tell Andrew his daughters would not be given the roles, it is claimed.

Presently Princess Beatrice, 28, is  focusing on her 'entrepreneurial ambitions' and is not in full-time employment after holding a string of jobs over the last five years. 

Princess Eugenie works as an associate director at a modern art gallery.
A source told the Sunday Express Prince Andrew is concerned his daughters are being overshadowed by William, Kate and Harry.

The source said: 'He has long argued that as the only "blood princesses" in the family, Beatrice and Eugenie deserve proper royal roles like their cousins, along with the same standard of accommodation at Kensington Palace.'

The Princesses have been keeping busy with Beatrice travelling this month to Bhutan, where she had a private meeting with the Buddhist nation’s royal family. 

Meanwhile her sister, released a Salvation Army video message this week to raise awareness about human trafficking and modern slavery. 

Last week they both joined Prime Minister Theresa May at Westminster Abbey to help shine a spotlight on the issue. 

Buckingham Palace declined to comment.  

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