Prince William Had Central Role in Prince Andrew’s Buckingham Ouster

Britain’s Prince Andrew, and Prince William watch the Epsom Derby at Epsom Racecourse in southern England Photo: Reuters

Prince William was central in axing Prince Andrew from his royal duties and is “not a huge fan” of his Jeffrey Epstein scandal-scarred uncle, according to a report Sunday.

Andrew, 59, was fired Wednesday after his mom, Queen Elizabeth II, felt “hoodwinked” by his disastrous BBC interview over his ties to late pedophile Epstein, according to the Times of London.

Now sources tell the paper that Prince William was also heavily involved in the decision that also saw the Duke of York kicked out of his offices at Buckingham Palace.

“William is becoming more and more involved in decisions about the institution [monarchy] and he’s not a huge fan of his uncle Andrew,” a source told the Times of London.

Another source also told the paper, “William thinks the right thing happened.”

Sources say the Queen feels “aggrieved” at claims that she gave her go-ahead for Andrew’s interview, and actually feels “hoodwinked” by what he ended up saying, according to the paper.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Lee Brown

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