DISGRACED Prince Andrew has no chance of clawing his way back into the senior royal fold when Charles becomes King, an expert says.
The disgraced royal, 62, appears in a list of appointments to Her Maj in an official Ministry of Defence document published weeks after he settled an alleged sex assault case.
The Duke, who is no longer allowed to use his HRH title in any official capacity, always denied wrongdoing and the settlement accepted no liability in the matter.
But a royal expert has dismissed the possibility of Andrew being able to claw his way back under Charles‘ reign after daughters Eugenie & Beatrice recently stepped up.
Jonathan Sacerdoti told Express.co.uk: “I can’t see any way that the Royal Family would try to push Prince Andrew, front and centre again anytime soon.
“I think that corresponds with an era when we’re seeing the Royal Family slim down anyway, in terms of who’s put out there to do a lot of public work.
“I think that the Queen has divided more of her role to the next generations in order to alleviate the burden on her at her old age, and that is entirely reasonable.”
The expert also said this move would align with Charles’ reported view to slim down the Monarchy.
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