King Charles III evicted Harry and Meghan from Frogmore Cottage after the publication of “Spare”

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King Charles III has evicted Harry and Meghan from Frogmore Cottage following the publication of the prince’s memoir, Spare, and is preparing to hand it over to his younger brother Andrew.

These frictions between the family cast doubt on the possibility that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will receive an invitation to the coronation on May 6.

A source told The Sun newspaper, “This surely spells the end of Harry and Meghan’s time in the UK.”

Buckingham Palace issued an eviction notice to the US-based couple as the world reeled from Harry’s extraordinary attacks on the Royal Family, the British outlet commented.

This decision would leave the couple without a UK residence and no choice but to abandon the Windsor estate, a wedding gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II.

The Sussexes are believed to have received an eviction notice about a month ago following the publication of the book.

Harry is already said to have requested items, including an ornate ottoman bench and chaise longue, to ship to California.

The king’s decision comes amid Harry’s lawsuit against the government over its decision to withdraw his armed security guards.

The Sun revealed that the High Court case had cost taxpayers £300,000 ($362,000) before the trial took place.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the matter.

The approach to Andrew

According to the British media, the king would have offered the recently evicted house to his younger brother, the disgraced Prince Andrew.

The Duke of York received the offer of the house in the midst of his eviction from the Royal Lodge manor. But he remains determined to stay in his home, which he shares with his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson.

“Andrew is balky at the idea of ​​moving into Frogmore Cottage after being offered it last week. But he shows that Harry and Meghan are powerless to stop the eviction,” the source explained to The Sun.

In addition, Carlos plans to eliminate the royal handout of £250,000 ($301,673) a year that his brother obtained in a huge funding shakeup.

It is unlikely that he will be able to afford the upkeep of the 31-room mansion. However, it is believed that she has not yet accepted the offer to move.

It should be remembered that Andrés paid millions of dollars in compensation in an out-of-court deal to Virginia Giuffre, who accused him of sexual abuse in connection with the Epstein case when he was a minor.