King Charles will kick Harry and Meghan out of Frogmore Cottage and hand it to Andrew.
King Charles has evicted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from their Frogmore Cottage residence and has offered the royal residence to disgraced Prince Andrew.
An insider told Page Six that the monarch started the eviction process in January, the day after Prince Harry’s explosive biography “Spare” was released.
Harry’s book includes a slew of startling charges, such as Prince William violently shoving him to the floor and Queen Consort Camilla leaking tales about the brothers to the press.
“This eviction certainly marks the end of Harry and Meghan’s stay in the UK,” a source told The Sun, which broke the story first.
They have not been provided another residence on the royal family’s vast estate.
The couple is apparently intending to transfer the rest of their things to the United States from the Windsor Estate house, which has served as Harry and Meghan’s UK residence since Queen Elizabeth II gave it to them as a wedding gift in 2018.
Andrew has been given the keys to the five-bedroom property, which is a major drop from his existing residence at Royal Lodge.
Reports are circulating that the King wishes to evict the Duke of York from the vast estate, which boasts a pool, 98 acres of land, and an incredible 30 bedrooms.
Andrew, who was deprived of his royal titles for his suspected role in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking plot, is said to have dug his heels in and is fighting the move.
“After being offered Frogmore Cottage last week, Andrew is fighting the notion,” a source told The Sun.
“Yet, it demonstrates that Harry and Meghan are helpless to prevent the eviction.”
The expulsion may have been the last form of communication between the monarch and his youngest son – sources believe the two haven’t communicated since “Spare was released.”
It is unknown whether or not Harry and Meghan will be invited to King Charles’ coronation.
According to sources, the king has completely written Harry out of the ceremony.