Angry Prince Andrew told me to ‘walk away’ when I thought he was an INTRUDER in a Palace security threat, ex-cop says

An officer said Prince Andrew wearing a “SCAM” tracksuit told royal police to “walk away” after the Duke ignited a security threat outside the Queen’s bedroom Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Paul Page, who was Royal protection officer in Palace for six years, also describe Prince as “rude” and “bully”.

Prince Andrew allegedly told a Royal security guard to'f*** off'


Prince Andrew allegedly told a Royal security guard to ‘f*** off’Credit: Getty – Pool
Andrew is said to have been found in the Queen's private room


Andrew is said to have been found in the Queen’s private roomCredit: Getty – Contributor

Speaking to The Sun Online, Page said the incident is believed to have happened in the early 2000s.

“It was at night, and we were checking the CCTV in the control room when we saw a man walking down the hallway in Queenprivate,” he said.

“Your Majesty was not at Buckingham Palace at the time, so this was a major potential security threat.

“A sergeant, me and two other policemen went to her apartment to investigate.

“We approached from both ends of the corridor so we could surround the potential intruder. But when we got there, we realized it was Prince Andrew.”

Trang continued: “He looked untidy and wore a tracksuit.

“I apologized and said, ‘I’m sorry, Your Majesty, we went to investigate a possible intruder in Your Majesty’s flat’.

“Andrew replied, ‘This is my home, I go where I want, now I’m off’.”

Prince Andrew’s main residence is the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, where he shares his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

The Queen’s favorite son, however, has his own room at Buckingham Palace, where he frequently stays while in London.

Page described the incident as typical behavior by Andrew, whom he calls “the bastard and the bully”.

He added: “I have never had any problems with any other member of the Royal Family during my time at Buckingham Palace. The Queen is a lovely lady.

“But Prince Andrew has this nasty side to him, he treats staff horribly. He’s ignored it for too long.”

This is my home, I go where I want, now I’m off

Prince Andrew arrives at the royal police

Page, who provided armed security to the Royal Family from 1998 to 2004, was interviewed by ITV’s Ranvir Singh for the documentary “Ghislaine, Prince Andrew and the Pedophile” earlier this month.

In the interview, he asserted The Duke of York will go on a rampage and “scream and scream” if his huge teddy bear collection was placed in a different place by the royal servants.

He said Andrew has a picture in his bedside drawer that shows 50 to 60 of his bears in the right place.

He said: ‘The reason the painting was laminated was that if those bears weren’t put in the correct order by the helpers, it would scream and scream.

Andrew often stays at Buckingham Palace


Andrew often stays at Buckingham PalaceCredit: Getty – Contributor
Former Royal Guard officer Paul Page


Former Royal Guard officer Paul Page

Page told The Sun Online that he gave the anecdote because he wanted to show how the prince “would rape his staff and mistreat them”.

He has also called for an investigation into royal bullying against Prince Andrew similar to the one faced by Meghan Markle, Mirror report.

Page was jailed in 2009 for taking part in a £3 million property scam, setting up a fake company and tricking colleagues, friends and family into giving him their money.

“I have admitted my crime and I have submitted to my time,” he said.

Last week, a former Buckingham Palace maid told The Sun Andrew made her run up four flights of stairs closed his curtains while he sat beside them.

Former Buckingham Palace staffer Charlotte Briggs claims she was moved to tears by the Duke’s foul scolding of “demanding and entitled”.

The Sun Online has approached Prince Andrew’s spokesman for comment.

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Bobby Allyn

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