Prince Andrew ‘shell-shocked’ as Queen strips him of titles and ‘fears financial ruin’

The Queen, William and Charles all say they were “angry” Andrew (Photo: Getty Images)

The Duke of York was left “in a state of shock” when the Queen took away her military and royal powers, a source close to her said.

Prince Andrew will never again go with His Royal Glory and will fight his rape charge as a ‘citizen’.

Apparently he was called by his mother on Thursday and told her what he had done after an emergency meeting with Prince William to Windsor Castle.

Andrew is thought to have been fired because of a crisis in his New York case Royal Family.

The leader is reportedly in a state of disrepair and will soon have no more assets once completed a £ 17 million chalet sale in the Swiss Alps is underway.

He now says he fears ‘financial ruin’, as he faces a £ 10million lawsuit against his accuser Virginia Giuffre and a lawyer’s fine of at least £ 2million.

Ms Giuffre, 38, is said to have been sold by billionaires of Jeffrey Epstein – an old friend of Duke.

Duke of York has vowed to continue fighting in New York (Photo: AFP / Getty Images)
Prince Andrew, photographed by 17-year-old Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell in 2001 (Photo: REX / Shutterstock)

She was allegedly forced to have sex with Andrew at the age of 17 and as a child under US law.

The leader denies all wrongdoing and says he does not even remember meeting the accuser.

Although his legal team believes it can resolve the court, Ms Giuffre’s lawyer David Boies said he was not interested in the money and ‘wanted justice’.

On top of his lawsuit, Andrew also had to pay £ 6million to repay the debt with his French colleague Isabelle de Rouvre, who sold him to his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson chalet in 2014.

Said the royal source Mirror: ‘Until recently it was clear the magnitude of the case and the outcome did not affect him (Andrew).

Apparently the Queen could not help her son pay a fine for how he could make a royal family (Photo: Getty Images)
Ms Giuffre’s lawyer says she is not interested in money and that she ‘wants justice’ (Photo: PA)

‘Now the bills are increasing and the possibility of settling, or even worse, the judgment on him, is widely discussed; they fear complete financial ruin.

“Andrew thought, of course he was advised that it would all be over in time and never happened, leaving him facing a very strange battle to save his reputation. There is a real hope that he will be completely shattered.”

It is rumored that the Queen “will not” help “her son to pay a fine to Ms Giuffre for what could happen to the Coron’s image.

Prince William, Queen and Prince Charles are thought to be “angry” and Andrew when he decided to be stripped of his responsibilities.

Royal historian Angela Levin told Sun: “Whatever he did or didn’t do, he was Epstein’s friend and invited him to parties, royal parties where he knew he had been falsely accused of having an affair with young girls.

‘So there is no doubt about it. I think this time the Queen will also listen to her assistants.

‘But they also have strong emotions so if they didn’t want to, they wouldn’t – obviously they heard they were crossing the red line.’

However, even if she is not careful, sources say that the Queen secretly will cover her son’s $ 300,000 annual security bill if she breaks down.

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