As if the British royal family didn't have enough to deal with already, it seems their problems have started to trickle down and affect some other members of the family. More specifically, Prince Andrew's recent controversy has reportedly created some challenges for his daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

Russell Myers, the royal editor for the Daily Mail, explained this during an appearance on "Lorraine," as reported by Express.

"You do feel sorry for them, really," Myers said. "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. They have a lot of patronages, do a lot of charity work even though they are not working royals."

"Prince Andrew had an event on Wednesday which embarrassingly has been forced to be moved out of St James’s Palace and into a hotel in central London," he continued. "He no longer has an office at Buckingham Palace, hence they don’t either. They’re obviously very, very worried."

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In addition to reportedly being "forced" out of their offices for their royal patronages by Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Beatrice is faced with challenges surrounding her upcoming nuptials to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. She's already canceled her engagement party due to the growing backlash surrounding her father. Now, there is concern about how this will affect the actual wedding.

"Everyone right now is concerned about Bea," a source close to the royal told Entertainment Tonight, according to the British publication. "Poor Bea. She deserves to have the wedding she wants and the public is going to go nuts because of her father."

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Princess Beatrice smiles during a garden party held at Buckingham Palace, on May 30, 2013 in London, England. Getty Images/Jonathan Bradby-WPA Pool