Ashe Windham, one of the British royal family’s most devoted advisers, has resigned as director of the charity foundation established by the heir to the throne, Prince Charles.
This was revealed in a recent story for the Mail Plus on Saturday by royal expert Richard Eden.
Eden acknowledged that he resigned as a trustee of the Prince’s Foundation last month.
Windham, 64, was also an equerry to the Queen Mother and, afterward, to Prince Charles.
Loyal #royal aide quits Prince Charles’s troubled foundation. Read Saturday’s Eden Confidential social diary via @mailplus https://t.co/YlFPVTxYE6
— Richard Eden (@richardaeden) April 9, 2022
He has served as chairman of ‘The Castle of Mey” (The Queen Mother’s Home in Caithness) – for 22 years and as director of Prince Charles’ philanthropic enterprise for the previous three years.
According to Richard Eden, citing a Prince’s Foundation representative, ‘Ashe Windham has resigned as a trustee after his tenure, which was agreed upon at the beginning, expired in March.‘