After years of scandal, King Charles has made a firm decision to exile his brother Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace – an insider confirms.

After his disrepute within the Royal Family due to connections with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, the sixty-two-year-old prince will no longer be permitted a workspace in Buckingham Palace. Such news was uncovered by The Sun after gaining insight from various sources.

After Prince Andrew stepped away from his public duties in 2020, Queen Elizabeth II graciously allowed him to continue using the palace as well as keeping a small staff.

Unfortunately, Andrew will be denied the privilege of using Buckingham Palace as his mailing address under his brother’s reign.

“Any presence at the Palace is officially over,” a source said. “The King has made it clear. He isn’t a working royal. He’s on his own.”

This banishment is the most recent in a series of reprimands since Andrew denied familiarity with longtime accuser Virginia Giuffre, who declared she was forced to engage in sexual activities at the request of Epstein and Maxwell.

Despite never having confessed to the accusations, he paid $12 million in February as a settlement for Giuffre’s lawsuit against him for sexual assault.

His military and royal titles were taken away from him, and he was not even allowed to appear in his uniform at his mother’s funeral. After her passing, King Charles informed Andrew that he would never come back to the public life of royalty again. Last month, it is said that Charles also took away the 24-hour protection service for his brother as well.

King Charles showered Queen Consort Camilla with royal honors by appointing her Colonel of the Grenadier Guards— a role previously cherished by Andrew.

Even though Andrew was banished from the palace, he is anticipated to share Christmas dinner with King Charles and his relatives. The dejected prince will likely also continue to benefit from his government-funded Royal Lodge which boasts 31 beds on the Windsor estate in the foreseeable future.