Prince Andrew wants "revenge," and is now, reportedly, taking it on the wives of the Wales princes. It is claimed that he "begged" Queen Elizabeth II to force Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, to bow to his daughters.

A palace courtier shared the latest rumor to Globe, which deemed the source "disgusted" by the Duke of York's reported moves. As alleged, the monarch's second son detests Prince Charles and blames him for making him a palace outcast.

The informant said that he wants to humiliate the "commoner" wife of the Prince of Wales, and this has already sparked a "new royal war" within the family.

The source maintained the story by adding Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton in the narrative. As stated, Prince Andrew, also, wants the wives of Prince Harry and Prince William to bow to Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.

The Duke of York is, allegedly, "trying to salvage" his status in the Royal Firm through his royal-born daughters. He intends for them to restore their positions as princesses in both public and private settings.

Looking at the historic royal rules, it places royal-born members on top of all others. As explained, being born to the royal family outranks those who became royals through marriage.

British aristocracy expert Wendy Bosberry-Scott told The Mirror UK that women who marry into the royal family have lower status than the full-royal-blooded members. It is asserted that the hierarchy exists to ensure the royal-born individuals will not be pushed to one side.

Accordingly, in formal settings, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, as well as Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, have to curtsy before Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie.

However, there are some reservations in this ancient rule of precedence. This is because male royals have higher ranks than female members.

In addition, women who marry into the royal family become tied to their husbands. Hence, they carry the status and name of their partners, especially in formal settings.

This means that when Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton are with Prince Harry, and Prince William, respectively, their statuses are "elevated to reflect the fact that the men are present." With this, the Duchesses then move ahead of the hierarchy.

So, the Duchess of Sussex and Duchess of Cambridge need not formally greet Prince Andrew's daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, when they are with their husbands. As for Camilla Parker-Bowles, considering that Prince Charles is the Heir Apparent, she ranks higher than all of the female royals, except Queen Elizabeth II.

In the end, though, there is no evidence proving that Prince Andrew did what the insiders alleged about him. Therefore, the story remains unsubstantiated, making it suppositional.