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Prince Charles ‘to take on role as Prince Regent’: Heir to the throne meets his father to discuss taking control of family affairs as Queen, 93, prepares to ‘retire’ within 18 months
Prince Charles headed straight to the estate after landing from New Zealand
Charles is believed to be seeking counsel over what the family should do next 
Queen may be preparing to hand over royal management to her son, reports say
Source says he could adopt  'Prince Regent' role while Queen remains monarch 
By RORY TINGLE FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 09:21, 27 November 2019 | UPDATED: 13:34, 27 November 2019

Prince Charles met Prince Philip at Sandringham yesterday to discuss the continuing fallout from his brother's disastrous TV interview amid reports he is preparing to take over leadership of the Royals when the Queen turns 95. 

The Prince of Wales' key role in 'retiring' Prince Andrew from public life has fed speculation he is preparing to adopt a modern 'Prince Regent' role, which would see him control day-to-day royal affairs while his mother remains monarch. 

Her Majesty will turn 95 in 18 months - the same age at which her husband Philip withdrew from his public duties - and there is talk among courtiers that she may use the milestone to effectively hand over day-to-day control of the monarchy to Charles. 

The Prince of Wales' key role in 'retiring' Prince Andrew from public life has fed speculation he is preparing to adopt a modern 'Prince Regent' role +6
The Prince of Wales' key role in 'retiring' Prince Andrew from public life has fed speculation he is preparing to adopt a modern 'Prince Regent' role

Charles - pictured laying a wreath at the Cenotaph - has been gradually taking on more responsibility +6
Charles - pictured laying a wreath at the Cenotaph - has been gradually taking on more responsibility 

A royal source told The Sun: 'The scandal surrounding Andrew and Epstein gave Charles an opportunity to step in to show that he can run The Firm. No one is bigger than the institution of the Royal Family. Not even Andrew, the Queen's favourite son.

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'Charles recognised that and acted decisively — like the king he may well soon be. This was the moment when Charles stepped up as Prince Regent, the Shadow King.'

From gorging on food and alcohol to keeping several mistresses (at once!): Heady days of the last Prince Regent
 Affectionately known as Prinny, the future George IV, was notorious for his hedonism
 Affectionately known as Prinny, the future George IV, was notorious for his hedonism

The last Prince Regent was appointed in 1811 after George III suffered episodes of mental illness and his eldest son was asked to take over his duties. 

Affectionately known as Prinny, the future George IV, was notorious for his hedonism – drinking, eating to excess and keeping several mistresses at once. 

The Regency, which lasted until his father's death in 1820, was tumultuous.

Prime Minister Spencer Perceval was assassinated in 1812 and, with the Napoleonic Wars raging, taxpayers were riled by the Regent's spending. 

His failed attempts at divorcing Caroline of Brunswick also caused a scandal. 

He died after ten years on the throne and was succeeded by his brother, William IV.

The Queen has been gradually reducing the number of public engagements she attends from 332 in 2016 to a still impressive 283 in 2018. Charles, meanwhile, undertook 507. 

Yesterday, Charles headed straight to the Queen's Norfolk estate after landing in the UK from an official tour of New Zealand and the Solomon Islands to visit Prince Philip.

Philip, 98, spends most of his time at Wood Farm, a small residence on the estate, and it is understood that the heir to the throne will spend several days with the increasingly frail prince.

Many courtiers feel that since the Queen's husband, who used to rule his family with an iron fist, retired from public life, 'discipline' within the royal family has not been what it should be - hence Andrew's virtually autonomous decision to go ahead with his disastrous Newsnight interview over his controversial friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

It's is believed that Charles will seek his father's counsel over what the family should do next as well as spend a few days together, enjoying each other's company.

Charles, 71, was in New Zealand with his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, on a hugely successful tour on behalf of the British Government when news broke about the interview.

But he moved decisively with the Queen to demand that Andrew step down from public duties to deal with the scandal.

Meanwhile, sources have told the Mail that Charles will not be having any kind of immediate 'showdown' with his brother, as has been claimed.

Indeed, it is understood that he has no plans to meet with his brother, although it is inevitable that the issue will be discussed over the coming weeks.
Royal sources have said the discipline in the household has not been the same since Prince Philip (above) retired

Charles is set to discuss with his father what the family should do next in regards to the Prince Andrew (above) interview fallout 

It is thought that Charles, who discussed the crisis with his mother over the phone last week, feels that decisive enough action was taken over the scandal and there is no need to add to his brother's difficulties by summoning him.

But he will be kept abreast of developments by staff and will inevitably sit down with Andrew at some point in the future.
Charles is long known to have wanted to see a slimmed-down monarchy in the future, and one that doesn't necessarily include his younger brother or his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

Andrew's humiliation was compounded after Buckingham Palace revealed that every senior member of the royal family who was available to work would be joining the Queen to welcome NATO leaders, including Donald Trump, at a high profile summit on Tuesday.

The Queen, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will formally receive the leaders and their partners, before being joined by the Duchess of Cambridge, The Earl of Wessex, The Princess Royal, The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Alexandra in the State Rooms of Buckingham Palace.

Andrew, 59, who played a leading role in President Trump's state visit to the UK earlier this year, would have joined them had he not stepped back from public life.

The only other absentees are the Duke of Cambridge and Countess of Wessex, who have other official engagements on the night, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex who have taken a leave of absence from royal duties.

Earlier this week it was revealed that Princess Beatrice and her mother Sarah Ferguson both tried to talk Andrew out of giving the BBC interview. 

They both cautioned him against doing the programme, while his then private secretary Amanda Thirsk was more gung-ho, thinking it could offer him a chance to draw a line under his association with Jeffrey Epstein. 

'Princess Beatrice and Sarah both advised Andrew against going ahead with the interview,' a friend claims. 'However, he paid too much attention to Amanda, who was encouraging him, saying it would clear his name.' 
The trip to Sandringham (above) will also allow the family to spend some quality time together
This contradicts weekend reports that Sarah Ferguson and Beatrice were among the key figures pressing him to participate. 

It was claimed that the Duchess of York had been keen to end the speculation about Andrew's involvement with a convicted paedophile and sex trafficker ahead of Beatrice's wedding to property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi next year.

However, Fergie did not attend the meeting with the Newsnight team and was abroad when details of the interview were being finalised.

Andrew, Beatrice and Thirsk met Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis and the programme's deputy editor, Stewart Maclean, at Buckingham Palace three days before filming to discuss the scope of the interview. 

A close friend of Beatrice insists she 'wasn't part of the decision-making process'. 

The pal adds: 'Bea went to one meeting with the BBC. That's all.'

Princess Beatrice, who hosted a party for her fiance's 36th birthday at Mayfair nightclub Annabel's last Tuesday, was said to be upset about the aftermath of the interview, which has seen Andrew forced to stand back from his charity patronages.

Thirsk, who has worked for the Prince since 2012, stepped down from her role as private secretary last week. 

She is reported to have clashed with Andrew's former PR adviser Jason Stein, 28, who strongly advised Andrew against going ahead with Newsnight and left after just a month in his job.

Thirsk is being employed privately by the Prince and is going to be chief executive of his business mentoring undertaking, Pitch@Palace.  

This is while it was also revealed that Charles is believed to have called his mother the Queen and urged her to sack Andrew from all royal duties and roles immediately fearing his presence could fatally damage the British monarchy.

And MailOnline revealed last week that the heir to the throne is expected to meet the duke within days and 'read him the riot act' - and explain why he retired him off at the age of 59.

Prince Charles and Prince William are also said to be clear that they would oppose any future return to royal duties, it emerged.

It came as it was revealed that Andrew is to 'stand back' from his 100-plus charity patronages in a sign of his deepening humiliation over the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. 

A showdown between the brothers over Andrew's disastrous decision to speak publicly about his relationship with convicted paedophile Epstein is inevitable, experts have said.

A new poll found six out of ten people believed it had damaged the reputation of the Royal Family and a slim majority believed he should be banned from public events such as Trooping the Colour and Remembrance Sunday.

Plans for a glittering reception at Buckingham Palace to mark Prince Andrew's 60th birthday in February have been mothballed following public revulsion over the Newsnight interview.

Representatives from his charities, business sponsors and military affiliations would have been invited to the party, but many have attempted to distance themselves from him since the programme was shown.

During the BBC interview, Andrew denied claims he had sex with a 17-year-old girl, Virginia Roberts, but admitted he had 'let the side down' when he visited Epstein's home in New York – two years after the billionaire financier's conviction for soliciting a minor for prostitution.

The decision to go ahead with the interview was initially said to have been sanctioned by the Queen, but a royal source told the Sunday Times she had not given her approval and Andrew had not told her anything about what he planned to say.

The Queen was said to be 'deeply frustrated' that the scandal had overshadowed the rest of the Royal Family's work although she remained 'privately supportive' of her second son, according to the source.

She effectively sacked him from royal duties last week after her heir Prince Charles and second in line to the throne, Prince William, asked her to intervene.

A source told the Sunday Times William had spoken to the Queen and Charles about Andrew's future and believed his removal from public life was 'the right thing to do'. 

They said: 'William is becoming more and more involved in decisions about the institution [the monarchy] and he's not a huge fan of his uncle Andrew.'

Andrew agreed to withdraw from public duty but initially wanted to remain a figurehead for some 200 charities and other affiliations. But he was forced to back down after many made it clear they no longer wanted his backing,
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How Duke of York's annual meetings with Epstein including after he was sent to jail caused Prince Andrew decades of trouble
Here is a timeline of the duke's relationship with Epstein.

- 1999

Andrew first meets Epstein, reportedly introduced through his friendship with Ghislaine Maxwell, the daughter of newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell.

Andrew welcomes Epstein to the Queen's private Scottish retreat in Aberdeenshire. Andrew later says he sees Epstein 'infrequently', adding 'probably no more than only once or twice a year'.

- 2000

Andrew and Ms Maxwell are seen on holiday with Epstein at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida.

Epstein and Ms Maxwell attend a party at Windsor Castle hosted by the Queen to mark Andrew's 40th birthday, the Princess Royal's 50th, the Queen Mother's 100th and Princess Margaret's 70th.

- 2001

Virginia Roberts claims to have had sex with Andrew 'three times, including one orgy', with the first encounter allegedly taking place in Ms Maxwell's London townhouse. Ms Roberts claims to have had sex with Andrew on two more occasions, at Epstein's New York home and at an 'orgy' on his private island in the Caribbean.

- 2008

Epstein admits prostituting minors and is sentenced to 18 months in prison.

- 2010

Epstein is released from jail. Andrew is photographed with the disgraced Epstein in New York's Central Park.

Footage emerges years later, reportedly shot on December 6 2010, showing him inside Epstein's Manhattan mansion, from where he is seen looking out from a large door of the property waving a woman goodbye after Epstein leaves to get into a chauffeur-driven car.

- 2011

The duke quits his role as UK trade envoy after the fallout from the Central Park photos.

- 2015

Buckingham Palace denies Andrew has committed any impropriety after he is named in US court documents related to Epstein. A woman, later named in reports as Ms Roberts, alleges in papers filed in Florida that she was forced to have sex with Andrew when she was 17, which is under the age of consent in the state.

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Andrew, in his first public engagement since he was embroiled in the allegations, responds, saying: 'Firstly I think I must, and want, for the record, to refer to the events that have taken place in the last few weeks.

'I just wish to reiterate, and to reaffirm, the statements that have already been made on my behalf by Buckingham Palace.'

In April the claims against Andrew are struck from US civil court records following a federal judge's ruling.

- 2019

Newly released legal documents show that Johanna Sjoberg, another alleged Epstein victim, claimed Andrew touched her breast while sitting on a couch inside the US billionaire's Manhattan apartment in 2001.

Buckingham Palace said the allegations are 'categorically untrue'.

Epstein is found dead in his jail cell on August 10, having killed himself after being charged with sex trafficking.

Later that month a pilot on Epstein's private jet claims Andrew was a passenger on past flights with the financier and Ms Roberts.

The Sun newspaper reported that David Rodgers said in a testimony released in August that Epstein, Andrew and the-then 17-year-old travelled to the US Virgin Islands on April 11 2001.

Buckingham Palace describes the evidence statement as having 'a number of inconsistencies' and said that Andrew was on a different continent in some cases.

Following Epstein's death, a statement from the palace says that Andrew is 'appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes'.

Breaking his silence on the issue for the first time since 2015, Andrew then releases a statement on August 24 saying: 'At no stage during the limited time I spent with him (Epstein) did I see, witness or suspect any behaviour of the sort that subsequently led to his arrest and conviction.' 

On November 16, the prince gave a 'disastrous' BBC interview in which he spoke about his friendship with Epstein and addressed allegations of his own sexual conduct.

He faced a barrage of criticism following his television appearance, with the royal accused of a lack of empathy with Epstein's victims. 

During the interview, Andrew, questioned by Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis, twice stated his relationship with Epstein, who died in jail while facing sex trafficking charges, had some "seriously beneficial outcomes", giving him the opportunity to meet people and prepare for a future role as a trade envoy.

The duke denied he slept with Virginia Giuffre, one of Epstein's victims, on three separate occasions, twice while she was underage, saying one encounter in 2001 did not happen as he spent the day with his daughter Princess Beatrice, taking her to Pizza Express in Woking for a party.

The same alleged sexual liaison, which the American said began with the royal sweating heavily as they danced at London nightclub Tramp, was factually wrong as the duke said he had a medical condition at the time which meant he did not sweat.

He cast doubt on the authenticity of a picture that appears to show Andrew with his arm around the waist of Mrs Giuffre, when a teenager.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7730449/Prince-Charles-prepares-leadership-Royals-Queen-turns-95.html?ico=pushly-notifcation-small
Queen BANS Prince Andrew from meeting Donald Trump  
As US president Donald Trump prepares to visit the UK on Tuesday, the Queen is thought to have banned Prince Andrew from meeting him.

The Duke has not been named by Buckingham Palace on the list of Royals who will be attending the welcome.
Trump will be welcomed by the royals next week 
Both the Queen and the Prince of Wales will be in attendance as well as the Duchess of Cambridge.
It comes after Prince Andrew's interview on the BBC received backlash as he failed to show sympathy to Jeffrey Epstein's victims.
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Now Prince Andrew is at centre of RACISM storm: Sri Lankan No 10 advisor claims embattled Duke used 'n***** in the woodpile' slur during 2012 Buckingham Palace meeting
By MARTIN ROBINSON, CHIEF REPORTER FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 11:41, 18 November 2019 | UPDATED: 11:42, 18 November 2019
Prince Andrew was today accused of using the phrase 'n***er in the woodpile' during a meeting at Buckingham Palace with a British Asian adviser to No 10.

Rohan Silva, who worked for David Cameron, has blasted the Duke of York and said he was left 'reeling at the prince's use of language' in 2012.

Mr Silva, who is a tech expert who also writes for the Evening Standard, told the newspaper that he met Andrew and asked him if he felt the Government 'could be doing a better job' on boosting trade with the world.

Andrew then allegedly responded: 'Well, If you'll pardon the expression, that really is the n***** in the woodpile', upsetting Mr Silva, who is of Sri Lankan descent. 

It came as Andrew's reputation took a major battering over his disastrous interview with the BBC on Saturday where he floundered as he was asked to explain his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and claims he had sex with one of his young 'slaves'.

Mr Silva claims that the Duke used the 'offensive' N-word in 2012 .  

Buckingham Palace sources have told the Standard there is no way Andrew ever used the phrase or any similar language.

But Mr Silva, 38, told the newspaper: 'I walked blinking into the sunshine outside Buckingham Palace, reeling at the prince's use of language.

He added: 'For a long time afterwards I kicked myself for not confronting the prince on his choice of words — and it's something I still regret today. After all, he clearly wasn't taken to task very often by the people around him, which meant offensive language went unchallenged.' 

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Confirmed: Meghan and Harry WON'T be spending Christmas with the Queen and will spend the holidays with her mother Doria Ragland in the US instead
Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not travel to Sandringham with other royals
Palace spokesman confirmed they will spend festive break with Doria, 63 
They added that the couple 'have the support of the Queen' despite tensions  
By ROD ARDEHALI and RICHARD SPILLETT FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 18:22, 13 November 2019 | UPDATED: 18:51, 13 November 201
Buckingham Palace has confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be spending Christmas with the Queen. 

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Archie will instead be spending the festive break with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland and not at Sandringham with the other royals. 

The couple have the 'support of the Queen' with regards to their plans, as Kate and William have spent Christmas with her parents in the past, a palace spokesman said. 

The Sussexes six-week break is likely to begin with Thanksgiving, which they will also spend in America and this year falls on November 28.  

Royal watchers feared the move could worsen tensions between the couple and the rest of the royal family, following recent from comments from Harry that he and his brother were 'on different paths at the moment.' 

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Archie (pictured together in South Africa) will be spending the festive season with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland and not at Sandringham with the Queen and the other royals +7
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Archie (pictured together in South Africa) will be spending the festive season with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland and not at Sandringham with the Queen and the other royals 

The couple have the 'support of the Queen' (pictured) with regards to their plans, as other members of the family have done the same in the past +7
Pictured: Doria Ragland is pictured with Meghan the day before her wedding last year +7
The couple have the 'support of the Queen' (left) with regards to their plans, as other members of the family have done the same in the past. Pictured right: Doria Ragland and daughter Meghan before her wedding last year 
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Two years ago, Meghan joined the Royal Family for her first Christmas at Sandringham and the couple were seen putting on a united front with William and Kate

A palace spokesman said this evening: 'The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are looking forward to extended family time towards the end of this month.

'Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham, Their Royal Highnesses will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the Duchess' mother Doria Ragland.

'This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the Royal Family, and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen.' 

The Sussexes, who will be taking a six-week break after Sunday when Harry, 35, attends a Royal Albert Hall event, will likely travel to the US and spend Thanksgiving with Doria, 63.

It had been thought they would return to Sandringham for Christmas but they have now informed Her Majesty, 93, they will not be joining her and Prince Philip, 98, this year. 

Meghan and Harry have spent the last two Christmases at the royal estate in Norfolk. 

Phil Dampier, author of the book Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan In Their Own Words, told MailOnline: 'If they had something else lined up, like a big family Christmas with her family and it was their turn, you could understand them dropping out, rather like William and Kate sometimes spend the day with the Middletons. 

'But of course Meghan is estranged from everyone in her family apart from her mother, who they will probably see during their six-week break. 

'So if they just don't want to be with the Queen and the rest of the royals it is very telling and worrying. 

'Maybe they will have time to reflect on their problems in the coming weeks and hopefully realise that thinking of themselves as victims and outsiders is not helping anyone. 

'All families have their tensions at Christmas of course but this one is played out in the eyes of the world.'

He suggested the pair might have a change of heart in the coming weeks and decide to rebuild bridges with other royals come Christmas.

The plans emerged before the Cambridges and Sussexes delighted fans by naming each other in twinned Instagram posts yesterday.

The two couples - once dubbed 'the fab four' - both posted online celebrating the work of Shout - a 24/7 crisis text service - which was launched by both royal couples in May. 

It had been thought they would return to Sandringham for Christmas but they informed Her Majesty, 93, that they will not be joining her and Prince Philip, 98 this year +7
It had been thought they would return to Sandringham for Christmas but they informed Her Majesty, 93, that they will not be joining her and Prince Philip, 98 this year

Harry's plans emerged this morning after a royal source said: 'They need some time away to recharge and decide their plans for next year.' 

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward told The Sun: 'Christmas at Sandringham can be quite stressful so perhaps they don't want to go with Archie at such a young age.

'Having said that, Sandringham has played host to many many children through the ages and is well set up for them.

'I think it's sad they don't want to be part of the family gathering, particularly now the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are in their dotage.

'The Queen might be a little hurt but she's far too gracious to ever let it show or be known.'   

Harry has always spent Christmas at the Queen's Norfolk home, barring 2012 when he was serving in Afghanistan. 

For the past two years he has been joined by Meghan, 38, who alongside him also skipped the royals' annual holiday in Balmoral this year.   

Ms Seward added: 'It does seem to be nothing to do with Archie and to do with their own personal feelings.'

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will both be at Sandringham with George, six, Charlotte, four and Louis, one.
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