King Charles sensationally overrules Prince William to welcome back Andrew

King Charles "overruled" Prince William by suggesting he drove Prince Andrew to church in a move that signals the disgraced duke's potential return to the Royal Family, it has been claimed.

The Duke of York appears to be heading closer to the royal life he was used to before the Virginia Giuffre scandal erupted.

That's according to insiders, who say Charles is keen on letting his brother back into the fold.

The Mirror report the King is unwavering in his decision to allow the Duke back into the active Royal Family.

Prince William, however, is reportedly opposed to the return of Prince Andrew. Although the recent appearance from the Duke may see him already welcomed back.

The Duke of York was spotted in a car with the Prince and Princess of Wales to and from a family service in Balmoral on Sunday where the royals are currently holidaying.

One Balmoral insider claims the return to the fold and public acceptance from Prince William, as seen in the car snapshot, is more than Prince Andrew "could have wished for".

Royal sources believe the turn of favour for the Prince is unexpected, especially after the late Queen stripped him of his titles after he was forced to pay his sex abuse case accuser £12million.

The settlement was made out of court without any admission of liability and Prince Andrew has denied the allegation.

Prince William remains firmly opposed to the return of Prince Andrew according to one insider, though the Duke has made several public appearances.

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He appeared at the funeral of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II and also showed up at the coronation of his brother, King Charles III.

Appearances at both events, as well as some private events, alongside the Prince of Wales, come as one source alleged Prince William did not want to be seen with his disgraced uncle.

Another source said of Prince William: "It appears he may have had his wings clipped somewhat."

Rachael Maskell, MP for York Central, slammed the potential return, saying: "Any rehabilitation process in terms of a public role for Prince Andrew would be unpalatable, especially when the questionable acts that he was accused of involved the possible sexual misconduct against vulnerable women."

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