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Will Princess Eugenie Have to Move out of Kensington Palace Because of Prince Andrew Scandal?

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By Clarissa Wilson

Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice may be paying for the sins of their father, Prince Andrew. According to a report, Prince Andrew is in the middle of a scandal having to do with his past friendship with the late Jeffrey Epstein.

We all know about Jeffrey Epstein and the sexual assault allegations that were made against him a while back. Because of these rape allegations against him, he was found guilty and went to prison for them. He wasn't in there long since he ended up committing suicide in his cell.

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Apparently, Prince Andrew is now mixed up in those allegations because of his close friendship with Epstein. According to an interview that Prince Andrew had with BBC Newsnight, the prince said he did not regret being close friends with Epstein. However, he may have dug himself a deep hole when being interviewed by the UK media outlet since one of Epstein's accusers spoke up once again, Virginia Roberts, and has now accused the older prince of raping her too.

Now, where do Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice come into all of this and why would Eugenie be forced to move out of her beautiful house at Kensington Palace?

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Now that Prince Andrew is under a lot of scrutiny with the public and the rest of the Royal Family, he has stepped down from his Royal duties. And, because he was a working Prince, his money was what paid for his youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie's lifestyle, which included her lavish three-bedroom home she lives in with new husband, Jack Brooksbank.

The rate to live in such an apartment that Princess is living in at Kensington Palace costs around 182,000 British pounds per year.

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But, why would Eugenie be forced to move out since her father is not working right now amid the rape accusations and the scandal he has found himself to be a part of? Because he won't be able to fund it anymore. However, why is it just Eugenie that may be forced to leave and not her sister, Princess Beatrice?

Apparently, the oldest of the two Princesses, Princess Beatrice lives in an apartment located at St. James's Palace. Prince Andrew's income wasn't paying for her apartment because it has been said that it is being funded by British taxpayers.

Princess Eugenie and husband, James Brooksbank
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Princess Beatrice may not have anything to be worried about as far as being kicked out, except worrying about her younger sister getting kicked out. Princess Eugenie, on the other hand, may have to find a new home soon if something doesn't give for her and her husband.

The new couple has been living at the three-bedroom cottage since October 2018, right after their wedding. What will they do to find a new place to live if it comes down to this?


It seems Princess Eugenie's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II is trying to protect both her and her sister from having to suffer from her father's scandal. The Queen and the rest of the Royal Family are forming a protective circle around the two sisters to keep them from suffering from what their father may have done in the past while he was close friends with Epstein.

According to a close source of the Royal Family, the Queen and other Royal Family members don't think the Princesses should have to pay for their father's sins.

Apparently, Prince Andrew is the Queen's favorite child and she is especially fond of Princess Beatrice and her sister, Princess Eugenie. She also respects the way Andrew and his ex-wife brought the girls up to be lovely women. She wants to keep them protected from this recent scandal and anything else that might come out in the future.

What do you think about this? Sound off with your opinion on this terrible situation Princess Eugenie is in and let everyone know what your thoughts are!

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