Prince William may take over one of Prince Andrew’s most-loved patronages after the latter announced his resignation from his public duties.

On “Pod Save the Queen,” royal expert Russell Myers said that he was impressed with how the Duke of Cambridge interacted with the people from Outward Bound while he was in Oman.

Outward Bound used to be a UK-based charity that educates the youth through different kinds of adventures. Just this past spring, Prince Philip passed on the patronage to his son, Prince Andrew, after holding the title for decades.

According to Myers, Outward Bound was very important to Prince Andrew but he was left with no choice but to leave the organization in disgrace following his interview about Jeffrey Epstein.

“So, you’ve heard it here first – I think Prince William is a shoo-in to become the new royal patron of Outward Bound. And I think that is a really good opportunity for him to make his mark on a big organization that has franchises around the world, working with young people,” Myers said.

The royal expert went on to say that Kate Middleton’s husband will be a fantastic ambassador for Outward Bound because he is an inspiration to the youth, and he’s also quite young at heart.

Meanwhile, Prince William isn’t the only royal who will be directly affected by Prince Andrew’s resignation. On the podcast, Myers also said that Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Middleton will be given more responsibilities now that the Duke of York is no longer considered as a working royal.

However, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie won’t be given more duties following their father’s resignation because they are not considered as working royals. In fact, Prince Charles has also wanted to trim down the British monarchy by removing his nieces and this just might happen now that Prince Andrew has resigned.

Royal commentator Brittani Barger told Daily Star that the British monarchy will only eventually include Prince Charles’ sons, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren.

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Prince William attends the unveiling of The Victoria Cross Commemorative Paving Stones representing each of Birmingham's 1st World War recepients at the Hall of Memory, Centenary Square on Dec. 7, 2015 in Birmingham, England. Getty Images/Richard Stonehouse