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Why Prince Charles plans to ‘strip back’ the royal inner circle once he becomes King |

Why Prince Charles plans to ‘strip back’ the royal inner circle once he becomes King

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Between the rallying cry of Jeremy Corbyn and the ongoing fallout of the royal family in the wake of the Prince Andrew Jeffrey Epstein debaucle, it seems that what has long been Prince Charles’s plan (according to The Daily Star) will finally come to fruition once he becomes King. His long time plans have reportedly been to strip back the royal family, so it is just left with its core members; himself and Camilla, and his sons, Princes William and Harry and their wives (and his grandchildren).

It is understood that the Prince of Wales met his father Prince Philip at Sandringham last week where the pair are believed to have discussed the Queen’s ‘retirement’ in the next 18 months.

All this comes as Corbyn criticised the size of the royal family in an interview with Sky News last week. ‘I do think the question of the size of the family and all that they do, but I do think the public as a whole would want to see those kind of changes and the debate around the behaviour of Prince Andrew has actually brought that to the fore.’

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Then, as the interviewer probed further: ‘So you think it’s too big effectively?’

He responded: ‘Well, I think there’s a lot of people attached to the royal family.’

Prince Charles is believed to be demanding that his younger brother Andrew visit Sandringham to discuss how to progress following the controversy surrounding him and Epstein. Prince Charles seeks an honest conversation about what really went on and his links to the convicted paedophile who died earlier this year. The Prince of Wales was still on his tour of the Soloman islands when the Duke of York did his irreversible Newsnight interview with Emily Maitlis.

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It is thought that he will stay out of the spotlight until Christmas Day when he will be at Sandringham with the Queen.

Prince Andrew continues to deny any wrongdoing and has promised to assist US authorities with their investigation of Epstein and his estate.

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