Prince Andrew's struggles with Royal Lodge upkeep amid new lease requirements

The Royal Lodge in Windsor is a white mansion with trees and large surrounding gardens
Prince Andrew has failed to keep up the terms of his lease after not painting the Royal Lodge last year (Image credit: Google Earth)

Prince Andrew is reportedly facing challenges in maintaining the Royal Lodge, with claims he is falling behind on necessary renovations. 

The Duke of York, currently residing at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with his ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York, is required to paint the house every five years, adding to his growing list of responsibilities and pressures.

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