Lady Di Intrigue: Did Andrew Want To Keep Charles From The Throne?
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Intrigue with Lady Di
Did Andrew want to keep Charles from the throne?
9/22/2022, 8:25 PM
They have had a tense relationship for years. But did it go so far that Prince Andrew begrudged his brother Charles his place on the throne? An all-encompassing book states that even Lady Diana is said to have been part of a network of intrigue in the Queen’s court.
Prince Andrew was always considered Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite son and would never get along well with his older brother Charles. However, the tensions in the brothers’ relationship could run so deep that Andrew even wanted to prevent Charles from ascending the throne. So writes royal expert Angela Levin, citing an insider, in her upcoming new biography, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Queen Consort.
Accordingly, Prince Andrew “lobbied hard” in the hope that his brother would not receive the crown, as “The Telegraph” quoted beforehand from the book. He also allegedly tried to persuade the Queen to end Charles and Camilla’s marriage. Andrew was “quite toxic, useless and very mean to Camilla.”
In addition, during Princess Diana’s lifetime, he apparently plotted with her and then-wife Sarah Ferguson to “push Prince Charles aside” so that Charles’ son Prince William would become king, with Andrew as his regent. The queen has strongly contradicted her son. To her, his behavior would have been “extremely uncomfortable” and “very, very negative.”
First details about the coronation audience
Anyway, with the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, her firstborn, Prince Charles, became the new king after her 70-year reign. The first details about the coronation of King Charles III are now known. familiar. That’s why he and the palace are planning a significantly smaller ceremony next spring.
Prince Andrew, on the other hand, was stripped of all royal patronage and military titles earlier this year. The measures were taken by the Queen because Andrew has been involved in the abuse scandal involving convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.