a A priori, the intruders had no aggressive intent, but the facts bear witness to a possible breach in the protection of the Royal Family of England and even Queen Elizabeth II. Many managed to sneak into the grounds of Windsor Castle within a week. Located a few miles west of London, the Royal Home is the main home of the Duke of York, one of the Queen’s sons. But it is also considered to be Elizabeth II’s favorite residence. The fact that it was so easy to obtain therefore generates legitimate concerns in the United Kingdom.
According to Sun, On April 31, a 31-year-old man and his 29-year-old friend were arrested on property on Sunday after climbing the gate. The English tabloid states that the couple had been roaming the park for a long time, when they were last seen. An event is more surprising because it is no different.
Two infiltrations in a week
Six days earlier, a woman in her forties was arrested, still inside the palace. She assured security that she was Prince Andrew’s fiancé and dated him. For many, the security of the campus should be strengthened by what this precedent calls a second intrusive question.
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However, the greatest danger is already in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II in almost 70 years. In 1982, an unemployed man suffering from schizophrenia woke the emperor at dawn. He scaled the perimeter wall and entered his room, then through a window. He had explained that this was his second break at Buckingham Palace.