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The Mail can reveal that, after months of consultation and careful planning for yesterday’s momentous announcement, it is Andrew, the sixth in line to the throne, who will increasingly step into the breach to act as the Queen’s plus one.
In December, he was at her side at a Buckingham Palace charity reception.
But the Queen deferred to Charles and rejected his request.
Furthermore, Charles is adamant that Beatrice and Eugenie will not become even part-time working royals.
On a glorious spring morning in San Diego yesterday, Prince Andrew paused briefly for photographers as he arrived to speak at a cybersecurity conference at the University of California.
He made no comment, however, on the Duke of Edinburgh’s decision to retire from public duties, although for the Prince it heralds a significant – and welcome – change to his own role within the Royal Family.
Eugenie, who has a degree in English literature and history of art from Newcastle University, is an associate director with Hauser & Wirth, an art gallery in London’s Savile Row.However, his pleasure in a higher profile role, will be diminished by the fact he has been thwarted finally in his ambitions for Beatrice, 28, and Eugenie, 27, to be included as fully paid up members of ‘The Firm’, let alone Team Windsor.He has been pressing hard in recent years for them to be allowed to carry out duties supported by the Sovereign Grant – the public purse which funds the royals’ work.Charles’s plans for Team Windsor have also caused irritation to the Earl and Countess of Wessex, who are both full-time working royals and carried out more than 700 engagements between them last year.To preserve their status in the royal pecking order, the Queen has decreed that Prince Edward will inherit his father’s title as the Duke of Edinburgh when the time comes.