Prince Charles and Prince Andrew allegedly became victims of Chinese spies that tried to get secret information from the palace.

In its Feb. 21 issue, Globe claimed that the Chinese spies from Beijing have already been caught and deported. However, they already managed to get crucial state secrets from the palaces.

“The evil spies apparently used bribes to gain access to royal staffers and the family itself. Senior officials are terrified the agents amassed enough ammunition to twist royal wrists and influence official policy,” the source said.

Sources are saying that the goal of the Chinese spies was to hopefully meet Prince Philip. But after meeting him a couple of times without his knowledge that they were spies, they turned their targets towards Prince Charles and Prince Andrew.

“Andrew has a lot of explaining to do. He brazenly made trips to China, supposedly to promote closer China-U.K. cooperation even after losing his British envoy role over his friendship with billionaire pedophile Epstein. Despite shocking reports of China’s crackdowns on pro-democracy campaigners, Andrew shamelessly unveiled the multiple-language editions of President Xi Jinping's propaganda book, The Governance of China at a 2018 London event,” the source said.

The insider added that the ongoing scandal is impacting Queen Elizabeth’s plans for her Platinum Jubilee in June.

“As she faces her final days, everything she has worked for could be destroyed. Her historic 70-year reign is to be celebrated with national festivities this year, but it’s being overshadowed by family scandals and this unprecedented spy plot,” the source said.

On top of the alleged Chinese spies targeting Prince Charles and Prince Andrew, the royal family is still dealing with the latter’s fall from grace.

He was accused of sexually abusing Virginia Roberts Giuffre when she was just 17 years old. And it possible for Prince Andrew’s case to head to a trial in the United States.

The royal family is also dealing with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s controversies. The Sussexes recently questioned why British security did not provide them a protection team when Prince Harry visited the United Kingdom.

However, the Home Office and the royal family are insisting that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are not entitled to this type of privilege because they are no longer considered as senior working royals.

In fact, not all senior working royals have 24/7 security.