Prince William was as soon as ‘chased by a police canine who mistook him for an intruder’ on the Queen’s Sandringham property, retired policeman claims
- William was having fun with a late night time stroll when the canine mistook him for an intruder
- PC Jon Chandler who was on obligation on the property has recalled the incident
- He mentioned the canine went ‘charging after’ the royal as soon as he picked up his scent
Prince William was as soon as chased by a police canine on the Queen’s Sandringham property, it has been claimed.
The Duke of Cambridge, 38, who’s presently primarily based in Kensington Palace along with his household, was having fun with a late night time stroll throughout the Norfolk grounds when the animal mistook him for an intruder.
PC Jon Chandler, who was on obligation on the property that night time has recalled the incident in an interview the place he mirrored on his 30 years in service earlier than his retirement.
He informed The Eastern Daily Press that the canine went ‘charging after’ Prince William when he picked up his scent, earlier than barking at him.
Prince William (pictured) was as soon as chased by a police canine on the Queen’s Sandringham property, it has been claimed
‘It was late at night time and Prince William was strolling in the direction of the garages and the canine picked up his scent and went charging after him. He took it in good jest. He was solely younger then.
‘It might have gone horribly flawed if he was bitten, however fortuitously the canine did what it was presupposed to do, and simply stood again and barked at him. It was a memorable night time.’
The royal household historically collect on the Queen’s Sandringham property to spend the Christmas holidays with one another.
The royal was having fun with a late night time stroll across the Sandringham property (pictured) when the canine mistook him for an intruder
PC Jon Chandler mentioned that the canine went ‘charging after’ Prince William when he picked up his scent, earlier than barking at him (inventory picture)
Prince William, like his grandmother the Queen, is a well known canine lover.
In November, he revealed how his household had been left saddened by the demise of their eight-year-old cocker spaniel Lupo.
The beloved canine was a marriage current from Kate’s brother James Middleton.
William and Kate mentioned in a coronary heart breaking Instagram put up in November: ‘Very sadly final weekend our pricey canine, Lupo, handed away. He has been on the coronary heart of our household for the previous 9 years and we’ll miss him a lot.’