The concern was to be great Sunday, April 25, 2021. According to information reported in the Mirror, the safety of Queen Elizabeth II has been endangered. Indeed, while in Windsor Castle, two individuals managed to enter the gardens of the property. A 31-year-old man and his 29-year-old girlfriend climbed the fences of the Royal Lodge, very close to where the 95-year-old monarch regularly walks with her corgis or rides a horse. Quickly spotted, the two individuals would have been arrested in the grounds of the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park which includes the All Saints Chapel where the Queen has her habits on Sundays, as well as the house of her son Prince Andrew.
In just a few days, security around Princes William and Harry’s grandmother would have been put on alert. Indeed, just before the irruption of these two individuals in the gardens of Windsor Castle, another woman was allegedly authorized, by mistake, to enter the grounds of the lodge by guards. She was reportedly quickly arrested by a member of Prince Andrew’s staff. The two individuals arrested in the gardens were released on bail by the police pending the results of the investigation. “It’s an astonishing mistake. Everyone was on alert after the first intruder. Heads could fall. It’s unforgivable,” said a source close to the royal family.
Queen Elizabeth II is said to be “vulnerable”
While a spokesperson for Queen Elizabeth II refused to respond to these security concerns, Princess Diana’s former personal protection officer assured her that she was “vulnerable” today, without Prince Philip by his side.
Queen Elisabeth II © AGENCE