‘Idiot’ Prince Andrew is ‘not at all bright,’ royal experts savagely declare

Prince Andrew’s bad attitude toward his royal staff has been revealed in a new book about the firm.

Valentine Low’s book “Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown” details the royal family’s treatments of their Buckingham Palace staff.

One employee revealed in the bombshell novel how the Duke of York, 62, was rude to his castle workers.

“That arrogance could have stemmed from a lack of self-confidence. He is not at all bright,” Low wrote.

Low added that Andrew was “not easy to deal with” and “was very arrogant indeed.”

The royal expert also noted how he would often tell his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth, that his advisors were “all being nasty to me.”

According to a courtier that Low spoke to, the fact that Andrew “lashed out and was very rude to advisers like me was down to a total lack of self-confidence, and [an awareness] that he could always run to his mother and say, ‘They are all being nasty to me.’”

The father-of-two had been previously stripped of his royal duties and titles by his mom after being disgraced over his friendship with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

He subsequently paid a settlement to his sexual abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre in March.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 27: Prince Andrew, Duke of York leaves the funeral service of Patricia Knatchbull, Countess Mountbatten of Burma at St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge on June 27, 2017 in London, England. (Photo Mark Richards - WPA Pool / Getty Images)
Andrew is currently eighth in the line of succession to the British throne.
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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 09: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Andrew, Duke of York (wearing the uniform of Colonel of the Grenadier Guards) watch a flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping The Colour, the Queen's annual birthday parade on June 9, 2018 in London, England. The annual ceremony involving over 1400 guardsmen and cavalry, is believed to have first been performed during the reign of King Charles II. The parade marks the official birthday of the Sovereign, even though the Queen's actual birthday is on April 21st. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)
The Duke of York was allegedly the late monarch’s favorite son.
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A new Peacock series — entitled “Banished” — will take a look at the prince’s tumultuous life in the spotlight.

Dickie Arbiter, who was Queen Elizabeth’s spokesman from 1988 until 2000, joined other experts in in the series to discuss Andrew’s downfall.

The royal family’s former press secretary called him an “idiot” and the “runt of the litter” in the docuseries.

“Andrew always had this holier-than-thou, I’m-greater-than-everybody-else, the-queen-is-my-mom attitude,” Arbiter recalled of Andrew, who has often been referred to as the sovereign’s favorite son. “The problem is, the man’s an idiot,” he said.

Andrew is currently eighth in the line of succession to the British throne, with his older brother King Charles III acting as the current monarch.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - JULY 01: Prince Andrew, Duke of York, attends a commemoration service at Manchester Cathedral marking the 100th anniversary since the start of the Battle of the Somme. July 1, 2016 in Manchester, England. Services are being held across Britain and the world to remember those who died in the Battle of the Somme which began 100 years ago on July 1st 1916. Armies of British and French soldiers fought against the German Empire leading to over one million lives being lost. (Photo by Christopher Furlong - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
A new Peacock series called “Banished” dives deep into the prince’s downfall.
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However, Andrew reportedly “lobbied” his mother at one point to stop Charles from being king.

In the biography “Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Future Queen Consort,” author Angela Levin alleged that Andrew discussed with Princess Diana and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson to prevent Charles, 73, from being crowned.

“When Diana was alive, through her friendship with Andrew’s wife Sarah, she plotted with Andrew to try to push Prince Charles aside so Prince Andrew could become regent to Prince William, who was then a teenager,” the book claimed, calling the moments “dark and strange” and full of “paranoia.”

“His behavior was very, very negative and extremely unpleasant to Queen [Elizabeth], who disagreed. I was told it was one of the rare occasions he didn’t get his way,” Levin alleged in the book.