PRINCE Charles snubbed his "liability" brother Prince Andrew in favour of his own unconventional vision of the monarchy, it is revealed in a documentary.
Prince Charles' vision for a future monarchy was evident on the balcony of Buckingham Palace as the Royal Family celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Six senior members were photographed together during the celebrations, with Prince Philip absent in hospital due to a bladder infection.
In revealing Netflix documentary: “The Royal House of Windsor”, the narrator explains “Charles wanted a slimmed-down, value for money monarchy, with no embarrassing hangers-on.”
The show reveals Charles’ brother, Prince Andrew’s antics over the years have led to nicknames including “Randy Andy” and "Air Miles Andy".
Vanity Fair’s Royal Correspondent Katie Nicholl said: “He has been a liability to the Royal Family.”
Charles' vision would exclude Prince Andrew’s daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.
The narrator adds: “This is Charles wanting to secure the longevity and future of the House of Windsor.”
The exclusion also creates a large gap in wealth and public notoriety, which Prince Andrew and his children are not fans of.
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