Police arrested two people after receiving a report of invaders near the home of Britain’s Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth II’s second eldest son
LONDON – Police arrested two people after receiving a report of invaders near the home of Prince Andrew of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II’s second eldest son.
Thames Valley police said a 29-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man, both from London, were arrested after an intruder complaint at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park on April 25. Police said there was no risk to anyone at the cottage, Andrew’s official residence.
The police were also called to the Royal Store on April 19.
The Sun newspaper reported that, during the previous incident, a 43-year-old woman spent 20 minutes on the grounds of the cottage after telling security guards that she was having lunch with the monarch’s son.
The woman managed to enter the house, but was arrested after asking an employee where Andrew was and saying she was his fiancee, the newspaper reported. Thames Valley police said the woman was detained under the Mental Health Act.
Andrew shares the house with his ex-wife Sarah, the Duchess of York.
Andrew, 61, has remained out of the public eye since 2019 amid controversy over his friendship with the late American sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.