PRINCE Andrew was banned from a lavish banquet with Charles and senior royals in a fresh snub.
The duke secretly attended a conference with Army colonels but was banished from dinner.
Palace insiders confirmed Andrew was not allowed to represent the Grenadier Guards and asked to leave before the dinner and attended the conference privately.
A source told us: "He sat at the back of the room. And was not allowed to dine with his brother.
"It is quite a fall from grace."
A Clarence House spokesman said: "The Grenadier Guards were represented by the Regional Lieutenant-Colonel, who is Lieutenant-General Roland Walker."
Prince Andrew spent most of August and September hiding from US lawyers at Balmoral, with the Queen.
And it was reported yesterday that Prince William was “no fan” of Andrew, 61, who is facing a US sex abuse lawsuit.
The Sun on Sunday revealed Andrew's siblings Charles, Anne and Edward met nine months ago to agree there is no way back for him.
It is also claimed the Met Police have spoken to Andrew’s accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre.
The duke denies her claims.
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