Queen Elizabeth Sides With 'Blood Princesses' And Undermines Prince Charles -- So What Will Happen To Kate Middleton And Prince William?

Georgia Makitalo

Royal Family Feud is now in round two. As previously reported in Inquisitr, Prince Andrew recently penned a sharply worded letter to his mother, Queen Elizabeth, requesting that his two daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice be put back on the royal payroll. Claiming that his two daughters are the only "blood princesses," Andrew insisted that his two daughters be allowed to have the same perks as Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry. Charles has blocked this from happened. So, what happens when the grandma, the Queen of England interferes?

"The Queen adores the girls and is keen for them to have some kind of a role. Charles's vision for a streamlined family is all very well, but how can the Royal Family do everything it currently does with just five players?"

When they were born, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were afforded everything that befitted royalty. Until six years ago, the two "blood princesses" were given round-the-clock police protection that cost the taxpayers £500,000 a year. This abruptly stopped. Then, to add insult to injury, both Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were told that they needed to find employment and support themselves. No one could criticize how the two princesses have managed to find employment. They have also participated in the Queen's birthday celebration, Royal Ascot, and other such events.

Perhaps this the very reason why Queen Elizabeth interfered? She understands that a royal family that is active in charity and are symbols of the nation are not going to removed. William, Harry, and Kate cannot do it all. She realizes that adding two blood princesses is a small price to pay for the sake of the country and the royal family.

Do you think that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie should become part of the royal fold again?

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