On the way to church in Balmoral, William drove in a car with his uncle Andrew – on the “order” of his father King Charles III.
The images spread like wildfire when Princess Kate (41) and Prince William (41) drove to church in Balmoral, Scotland last Sunday (August 27). The two were not alone in the car, but were in a surprising company. While William drove, none other than the evicted Prince Andrew (63) sat in the passenger seat.
It was taken as a ” public sign of unity ” and the beginning of Andrew’s rehabilitation into the royal family. The fact that William should take his uncle, who is involved in the Epstein scandal, with him was apparently anything but what the heir to the throne wanted.
King Charles III “Ordered” William to ride in a car with Andrew
As “The Mirror” reports, King Charles III. (75) more or less “ordered” his eldest son to take Andrew with him, just to signal that image of togetherness to the public. The 75-year-old expects his family to welcome his disgraced younger brother back into their private family circle. William himself is said to disagree with his father’s rehabilitation plans.
Charles’ first step in welcoming Andrew back into the family was his invitation to Balmoral. For a long time it was not clear whether Andrew was even “allowed” to go to Balmoral, but he was allowed and with him his ex-wife Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson (63).