Prince Andrew as soon as acquired in hassle with the Queen after taking up a rest room reserved for elder brother Prince Charles.
The Duke of York, who was 39 on the time, refused to take away his toiletries from the washroom designed for Charles throughout royal household Christmas in Sandringham.
Janette McGowan, a former maid, who labored at Buckingham Palace for a 12 months shared how Queen needed to intervene to type the quarrel.
Ms McGowan informed The Solar: “We have been informed to not transfer something and to not contact something in that loo as a result of there was an ‘ongoing state of affairs’.”
The maid claimed: “When members of the Royal Household journey to Sandringham they’re every allotted rooms and a rest room.
“However Prince Andrew took the lavatory that was allotted for the Prince of Wales and he wouldn’t budge and refused to take his stuff out of it.
“It became a weird stand-off.
The Queen then needed to personally come and deal with the state of affairs.
“In the long run, the Queen herself needed to intervene to defuse the state of affairs.
“She really needed to have phrases with Andrew and say to him that he had to make use of the opposite rest room and that was when he lastly backed down,” she added.
“He was nearly 40 on the time. It was very odd behaviour for somebody of that age,” concluded the maid.