Prince Philip Allegedly Removed Princes Charles, Andrew, Harry From His $60M Will
Prince Philip’s $60 million last will and testament has allegedly been made public.
In its Oct. 11 issue, Globe claimed that Prince Philip decided to remove Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, and Prince Harry from his will before he passed away.
A source claimed that Prince Philip also left some of his inheritance to his women and Queen Elizabeth was shocked. Even though the monarch knew that her husband was a womanizer, she didn’t expect that he would leave a huge sum to each one of them.
“She knows his history includes a passionate affair with The Birds author Daphne Du Maurier on the eve of her wedding and romances with actresses Merle Oberon and Zsa Zsa Gabor, a chorus line of showgirls and several British blue bloods,” the source said.
But the queen can’t believe that these women and their families will also get some inheritance from Prince Philip because she’s his legal wife.
The queen is also the one that spent over seven decades with the Duke of Edinburgh. And they have been through it all. But at the end of the day, the queen doesn’t have any say with regard to her husband’s will.
And this is also the reason why she couldn’t contest his decision to not leave Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, and Prince Harry with anything.
The source claimed that Prince Philip’s reason for not giving his sons and grandson money is the same. The late royal thinks that all three men are a disgrace to the royal family but for very different reasons.
Prince Philip allegedly thinks that Prince Charles doesn’t deserve a single pound because he strayed while he was married to Princess Diana. He also married a divorcee in Camila Parker Bowles.
Prince Andrew, on the other hand, was recently accused of sexual abuse. And even though he has denied the allegations, the public doesn’t think he’s telling the truth.
Additionally, Prince Philip also allegedly thinks that Prince Harry is a disgrace to the royal family. After all, he decided to quit The Firm at a time when the queen needed him most.
The Duke of Sussex also turned his back on his royal duties and lambasted the royal family during his interviews.
However, the tabloid’s claims can’t possibly be true. After all, Prince Philip’s will has not been made public and it will never be made public.