Prince Andrew's recent interview cast doubt over his side of the story about his friendship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, which has made Charles' plan more of a reality, according to the Daily Star.
The revelations, which came ahead of a BBC Panorama programme tonight on Andrew, his friendship with billionaire convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and claims the duke slept three times with a young sex slave, Virginia Roberts, prompted calls for further action against Andrew.
The Duke of York is also said to have recently stepped down from public duties because the Epstein scandal has "caused a major disruption for the royal family", with Prince Andrew saying he is "willing to help any appropriate law enforcement agency with their investigation if required". She says now that Andrew is out of the picture, she doesn't see him undertaking royal duties again.
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When it's all said and done, Barger says that "the monarchy will be Charles and his children and grandchildren".
Charlie Proctor, editor of Royal Central, also believes the royal crisis has only strengthened Charles' desire to restructure the monarchy.
It was reported that Prince Charles had ordered a crunch meeting with Andrew over the Epstein scandal.
The Prince of Wales is now at Sandringham after seeking advice from his father.
Andrew has always strenuously denied Giuffre's allegations that she had sex with Andrew at Epstein's behest when she was 17.
Following the disaster interview, Charles paused his royal tour for "stern words" with his brother.
Court documents allege that at least 40 underage girls were brought to Epstein's mansion for sexual encounters.