Prince Andrew’s security staff apparently ‘so terrified of him’ | Headliners

Prince andrew's security staff apparently 'so terrified of him' | headliners

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Mark Dolan, Leo Kearse and Diane Spencer react to The Guardian | Prince Andrew’s security staff ‘were so terrified of him they let a Spanish woman pretending to be his fiancee into Royal Lodge grounds because they didn’t want to upset him by asking if he was expecting guests

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