Prince Andrew could be kicked out of 31-bedroom mansion and lose his police protection

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PRINCE Andrew now faces the further humiliating prospect of being kicked out of his 31-bedroom Georgian mansion and losing his police protection.

In 2003, he signed a 75-year lease at Royal Lodge for a one-off fee of £1million to the Crown Estate — the equivalent of around £250 a week.

Royal Lodge would be worth at least £30million on the open market
His downgrading could also mean he loses his 24-hour police protection — and must pay for security himself

Andrew has spent £7.5million refurbishing the property, including the addition of an indoor swimming pool.

Royal Lodge, which would be worth at least £30million on the open market, is three miles from Windsor Castle and was the Queen Mother’s old home.

Andrew’s former wife Sarah Ferguson is also living in the mansion although the couple are believed to have separate wings.

If he is booted out, the prince could move into Harry and Meghan’s old gaff at Frogmore Cottage, as their lease runs out in April.

His downgrading could also mean he loses his 24-hour police protection — and must pay for security himself.

Prince Andrew’s military and royal patronages have been returned to the Queen
HOAR understands the Queen personally worded the statement

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