A woman has sparked a major scare in Windsor Great Park after being found wandering around Prince Andrew’s official residence.
Guards accidentally let the woman in after she claimed she had a lunch appointment with Prince Andrew.
An insider has provided more information, saying to The Sun: “She was apparently very smartly dressed, in suit trousers, a yellow blouse and peach jacket, and had her hair done up and full make-up.
“She cut quite a glamorous figure and the guards were completely taken in by her.
“The woman demanded they pay her cab fare as she was a close friend of Prince Andrew, and they obliged before helpfully pointing her on her way towards the Royal Lodge.
“They had no idea this woman was a total stranger to Andrew and seemingly had a fixation with him.”
The only reason the woman was caught was because she went up to a royal staff member and asked where Prince Andrew was, claiming she was engaged to him.
“The woman then went up to a member of staff and asked where Prince Andrew was,” the insider continued.
“She was then asked who she was and what she was doing here.
“To the staff member’s shock, the woman then claimed to be engaged to Prince Andrew and said she was there to get married to him.
“She said that was the reason why she had flown over from Spain a couple of days earlier.”
The issue is being dealt with as a “major security breach” as the woman was found with maps of the building as well as a self-defence keyring with two prongs on it.
She was initially arrested under suspicion of burglary but has since been sanctioned under the Mental Health Act.
This article originally appeared on Over60.