- A couple was found roaming inside the Windsor Palace after finding their way in
- The queen was not on the grounds during the intrusion, but her son Prince Andrew was in the area
- The two were arrested and are currently out on bail
Two intruders reportedly broke into Queen Elizabeth II's Windsor estate on Sunday, April 25, just a week after Prince Philip's burial.
According to The Sun, a 31-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman were able to scale the fences at the Royal Lodge.
This area is reportedly where the Queen likes to walk her dogs and also ride her horses, but luckily she was not around at the time.
However, her son Prince Andrew, who lives in the said area, is believed to have been home at the time.
The intruders were arrested and reportedly released on bail pending further inquiries.
This is said to be the second incident just days after a 44-year-old Spanish woman was mistakenly let in after she insisted on being Prince Andrew's fiancée and were set to have lunch.
She spent about 20 minutes in the estate before being discovered to have breached security and arrested on suspicions of burglary.
The two security lapses have raised questions about whether the recently widowed queen is better off staying at Buckingham Palace.
This also happens to be the same palace where activities were in full motion a few weeks ago after the death of Prince Philip.
Millions of people worldwide were given a closer look into the beautiful castle where the late was also laid to rest at a breathtaking event.
Could the images have given a few people the urge of wanting to see it all in person?
The small island nation recently celebrated 100 years since the Act came into effect. Her Majesty used the public speech to recollect with fondness the memories of the country she shared with her late husband, Prince Phillip.
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