A woman was arrested after she ran over Prince Andrewcar’s car and hit the window during a breach of royal security.
The woman, who has not been named, sped into the Duke of York’s black Range Rover as he drove into the Windsor estate on Friday morning.
The incident was captured on camera.
In the photos, the woman can be seen banging on Andrew’s window as he looks alarmed and anxious in her direction.
The 50-year-old woman was later seen talking to a man with a hand-held radio, who is believed to be a royal security guard.
Police said she was later arrested.
A spokesman for Thames Valley Police said officers were called to Albert Road, Windsor around 10am.
They added: ‘A 50-year-old woman, without a permanent home, was arrested on suspicion of using threatening/abusive/offensive verbal/conduct to cause harassment/alarming. / anguished. “
She was released on bail.
The incident comes after the Queen decided to cancel her traditional pre-Christmas lunch due to the rising level of Omicron cases in the UK.
It was understood the decision was a precautionary measure as Her Majesty felt it ‘could put too many people’s Christmas arrangements at risk if it had taken place before that’.
Last year’s gathering was also canceled because of the pandemic.
It is understood that the lunch was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, December 21.
The pre-Christmas celebrations give heads of state a chance to meet loved ones who can’t make it to Norfolk for the Christmas holidays.
The Queen is said to remain committed to hosting her in-person family reception at Sandringham in Norfolk, but is expected to give advice over the next few days on whether it is safe to do so. according to the Daily Mirror.
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