Shock moment for Queen Elizabeth II (95): A week ago, a 31-year-old man and his 29-year-old girlfriend entered a Windsor estate. The two climbed over the fence and went to the Royal Lodge, which is not far from Windsor Castle, the queen’s residence. There were two arrests, “The Sun” newspaper reported.
“The couple wandered around forever before they saw and the police called,” a source told the British newspaper. Where they were, the Queen liked to take her dogs for walks and rides their horses. The All Saints Chapel is also located there, where the Queen regularly goes to Mass. The couple were arrested and taken to the police station in nearby Maidenhead. They were later released on bail, but the investigation is still ongoing.
A woman was smuggled out a few days before that
This is the second such incident in a few days. On April 19, a woman, a 44-year-old, alleged Spanish woman, smuggled into the Royal Lodge. She was stopped by a taxi and announced upon access control at the gate that she was having lunch with her fiancé Prince Andrew (61). The blue-blooded scandal After all, he lives in the Royal Lodge. The woman wandered around the building for twenty minutes before she was finally arrested in the foyer on suspicion of burglary. Prince Andrew was home in both incidents.
The fact that people have had access to the Windsor property twice in such a short time makes many people shake their heads. “This is an amazing mistake. After the first intruder, everyone was on high alert, and this is happening now. Heads can roll. “It’s unforgivable,” says one insider.
Is the Queen safer in Buckingham Palace?
So is Ken Wharf, who was the bodyguard alongside Princess Diana (1961-1997) for seven yearsHe sees questionable accidents. “It is totally unacceptable and makes the Queen weak. The situation is very worrying,” he says.
Since the start of the Corona pandemic, the Queen has been spending most of her time in Windsor Castle. So the question of whether the king would be better protected at Buckingham Palace is an obvious one. Royal biographer Benny Junior (71) states that the time in Windsor is mostly after this Prince Philip (99) dies on April 9 It is a conscious decision and no one wants to dissuade the Queen. “Nobody wants to take solace from the Queen wherever she wants, but it is disturbing that security is so lenient in the building that she visits most often.” Since Prince Philip’s death, the Queen has been spending more and more time with her problem child, Prince Andrew.
Nevertheless: The royal connoisseur sees Buckingham Palace as the best place for a British head of state to live: “Today, security at Buckingham Palace is state-of-the-art – and perhaps the only royal residence there.” (IMH)