According to a royal insider, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice are said to be "very very worried" over their futures as part of the royal family amid the Jeffrey Epstein scandal and their father's disastrous interview with the BBC

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Prince Andrew lost his office in Buckingham Palace

Prince Andrew lost his office in Buckingham Palace after the BBC Newsnight interview. Both Princesses base their royal duties there as well and rightfully so, are worried about their patronages and the future of their royal duties. Mr. Myers told ITV: "You do feel sorry for them [Beatrice and Eugenie], really. They have been caught in this massive media storm, their father is an absolute pariah at the moment. He’s not going to be seen in public."

Beatrice and Eugenie are worried about their futures

"They have a lot of patronages, do a lot of charity work even though they are not working royals. [Prince Andrew] no longer has an office at Buckingham Palace, hence they don’t either. They’re obviously very, very worried."

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Princess Beatrice cancelled her engagement party

Not only are people concerned about Beatrice and Eugenie's royal futures, they are also concerned about the fact that in just a few short months, Beatrice is supposed to tie the knot with her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Since her father's scandal, she has cancelled her engagement party. Many see Andrew as an embarrassment to the family.