Caption: The Duke of York is demanding his daughters should become full-time members of 'The Firm'
THE Queen is at the centre of an extraordinary row within the Royal Family over whether the Duke of York’s daughters should become full-time members of “The Firm”.
Prince Andrew wants Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie to be given taxpayer-funded royal roles and new accommodation at Kensington Palace but the move has been blocked by Prince Charles.
The 90-year-old monarch has been caught in the middle of the royal rift and has been at such a loss over what to do about her warring sons that the Government has had to help smooth things over.
The row escalated after Andrew, 56, wrote to his mother demanding that Beatrice and Eugenie carry out full-time royal duties supported by the Sovereign Grant – the public purse which funds the Royals’ work.
Her Majesty was apparently so stunned by the letter that she felt unable to reply and handed it to her private secretary Christopher Geidt to deal with. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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