Prince Andrew faces eviction over unpaid $503,000 Royal Lodge bill

Princand Andrew it is said that he risks being expelled from King Charles III after apparently neglecting to pay the $503,000 upkeep on his $37 million mansion.

The prince, 63, is fighting to stay at the historic Royal Lodge home, which requires $503,000 in annual maintenance. The sprawling property is a Grade II listed 19th century manor house, belonging to the estate of Charles.

The monarch reportedly previously demanded that Andrew and his ex-wife Duchess Sarah Fergusson leave the 90-acre property and move to a smaller location, such as Frogmore Cottage, the former home of Prince Harry And Duchess Meghan.

However, it was reported that Andrew thought moving into that house would have been too big a downgrade.

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Problems with humidity and wear and tear would now ravage the building. Cracks are getting worse in the masonry, plaster is falling off and paint is peeling, new photos reveal.

His annual allowance, estimated at £250,000 ($314,000), was stopped after the Jeffrey Epstein scandal if the palace had made him withdraw from public office.

Duchess Sarah and Prince Andrew reside at Royal Lodge Hollie Adams – WPA Pool/Getty Images

The king is said to be reluctant to simply evict Andrew from the property, since the prince took it back from the Crown Estate in 2004 under a long-term lease.

Before the Epstein scandal, Andrew was spending millions on renovations and if he was forced to move, the Crown Estate could end up owing him money. An insider said Metro online: “The Duke is clearly not going without a fight. This will all probably end in tears, probably his own.

It was said that Prince William And Princess Katewho currently live in a four-bedroom cottage in Windsor with their three children, could move into the Royal Lodge.

It was also said that the Crown Estate would also not rule out renting the Royal Lodge for commercial purposes in order to get the best return.

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But as Andrew faces mounting problems, Charles focuses on his recovery from cancer and enlisting his youngest brother. Prince Edward and his wife Duchess Sophie intervene to help represent during public tasks.

Prince Andrew and King Charles Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images

Charle gave an update on his health as he returned to work after being diagnosed with cancer earlier this year. Charles, 75 years old, and Queen Camille76, visited a cancer treatment center on Tuesday, April 30, where he met several patients and said the news of his illness was “a bit of a shock” at first, according to several British media outlets.

When a patient asked him how he was doing, he replied, “Not too bad,” revealing that he was due for “treatment this afternoon as well.” News broke in February that the king was being treated for an unspecified type of cancer discovered after his prostate surgery.

He has since been named a new patron of Cancer Research UK. Before the outing to the clinic, Charles and Camila celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary. The big day was marked by a new photo of the couple, which saw Charles beaming alongside his wife with her arms wrapped around him.

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