Prince Charles will 'sack most royal family members when he becomes king' to realize his desire for 'a slimmed-down monarchy'

Prince Charles, 71, is looking to cut down the number of working royals and reduce monarchy to just his children and grandchildren.


                            Prince Charles will 'sack most royal family members when he becomes king' to realize his desire for 'a slimmed-down monarchy'

Prince Charles, 71, is planning on cutting out members of the royal family and keeping it to just him, William, Harry, their wives, and children when he becomes king. 

Post Prince Andrew's Jeffrey Epstein scandal, which saw the Duke of York step down, Charles is looking to cut down the number of working royals. It has been reported that Prince Charles has wanted to limit the number of the working royals and Prince Andrew seems to have accelerated his plans, as reported by The Daily Star.

Prince Charles is planning on sacking many members of the royal family when he becomes King (Getty Images)

The deputy editor of Royal Central, Brittani Barger, shared, "I think the Andrew crisis has definitely strengthened Prince Charles' desire for a slimmed-down monarchy. Prince Andrew is now out of the picture. I don't see him ever undertaking royal duties again, and any hope that his daughters would is now gone". 

"I think when it's all said and done, the monarchy will be Charles and his children and grandchildren," Barger continued. It is also reported that Prince Charles is demanding that his brother Prince Andrew visit Sandringham in order to talk about how to move forward following the controversy about his association with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. 

The royal family is currently preparing for the woman who claims she slept with Andrew to give her side of the story to BBC Panorama. The woman, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who is now 36, claims that she had sex with the Duke of York at least three times after being introduced to him by Epstein's alleged 'fixer' Ghislaine Maxwell.

Very recently, the Queen stripped Andrew of his royal duties given the scandal and controversy surrounding him. She has also stripped him of his annual £249,000 (approx $322,000) Sovereign Grant allowance given the outrage over his former friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. Post an intense discussion with the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, the Queen called Prince Andrew to the palace and ordered him to step down.

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