- A man was arrested after he posed as a priest and managed to enter Queen Elizabeth's primary residence, the Windsor Castle
- According to reports, the man managed to evade security when he told the guards that he was close friends with the military chaplain at the royal residence
- The unnamed suspect, however, made the guards suspicious when he started narrating his life history
- The police were called, and he was taken into custody for unlawfully entering the Queen's premises
An unidentified man landed himself in hot water after he disguised as a priest to enter Queen Elizabeth's, Windsor Castle.
According to reports, the man told security personnel at the royal residence that he was friends with the chaplain at the army barracks.
Upon admission into the palace, the intruder was offered a bed and something to eat. After enjoying his meal, he is reported to have had a chat with the royal guards telling them his life history.
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According to Harper's Bazaar, a source said the royal guards only became suspicious when he started talking about how he served in Iraq and had some of his body parts replaced. The source said:
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"He was telling lots of tall stories and the lads were enjoying his banter and having a few drinks. It was only later when he started talking about how he had worked as an ejector-seat test pilot and had some organs replaced that the chaps started to get suspicious."
Security was alerted of the intruder the following morning and he was taken into custody, Page Six reports. The publication further notes that the police said although the Queen was not at the residence when the incident occurred, further investigations will still be conducted.
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Still on the Royal Family, Legit.ng previously reported that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Queen Elizabeth have reunited slightly a year after Prince Harry and his American wife gave a tell-it-all interview that left the royal family shaken somewhat.
The father of two opened up about his reunion with his grandmother and said he had a great time spending time with her.
In an interview with Today Show, the royal said that although he was having a good time in the UK with family, he considers the United States as his home.