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A British lady who sparked a safety alert after breaking into four-year-old Prince George’s new school in London is a “superfan” obsessive about the royal circle of relatives, The Sun reported on Friday.
The 40-year-old lady, named by means of the newspaper as Louise Chantry, an unemployed holistic healer, was once arrested on Wednesday after two times coming into the unique Thomas’s School in Battersea.
“She wouldn’t have done any harm to George. He would have been safe with her. She just loves the royal family and loves kids,” her mom Rhona Crawford, 75, was once quoted by means of the paper as announcing.
Crawford stated Prince William, his spouse Kate and their youngsters George and Charlotte “represent the ideal family life she would like to have”.
The mom stated her daughter’s obsession with the more youthful royals was once very similar to the general public adoration for the past due Princess Diana who died in 1997.
“It’a fairytale. It’s a fantasy,” she stated.
Chantry lately break up from her husband after six years of marriage and has no youngsters of her personal.
She was once arrested on suspicion of tried housebreaking and has now been launched on bail.
She allegedly became up two times at George’s school in 24 hours this week earlier than being arrested.
George is 3rd in line to the throne after his grandfather Prince Charles and father William.
His formal identify is Prince George of Cambridge however he is referred to as George Cambridge to his classmates on the £17,600-a-year (19,200-euro, $23,000) school in south London the place he began closing week.
Police stated the arrest had sparked a assessment of safety preparations with the school.
“Police are part of the protective security arrangements for the prince and we will continue to work closely with the school, which is responsible for building security on its site,” they stated.
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