Before her death, the late Queen Elizabeth II made some special plans for her son younger Prince Andrew.
Prince Andrew is the younger brother of the New King Charles III and the second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
After a civil sex assault case against Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II cut his military titles and patronages and made it clear that he would not be allowed to return to royal duties ever again.
However, royal experts are claiming that before the queen's death, she made arrangements for her son to maintain some privileges.
After Queen Elizabeth’s death, her beloved corgis went to Royal Lodge and will be with Andrew and her ex-Sarah.
The expert told The Royal Beat podcast; "There’s been a lot of discussion about where Andrew’s money will come from and how he will finance his lifestyle, but the queen will have looked after him."