Police say Queen's grandson's 400-mile journey to Scottish village 'did not breach' Covid restrictions

Officers have found one of the Queen’s grandsons did not breach coronavirus regulations after a complaint was made about his trip from southern England to the north east of Scotland.

Peter Phillips was reported to police for allegedly breaching Covid regulations by making a more-than 400-mile journey from Gloucestershire to St Cyrus in south Aberdeenshire to see a woman, The Sun reports.

Mr Philips said his reason for the trip was business related after police spoke to him on Friday and they confirmed he did not breach Covid legislation.

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It is understood the 43-year-old made his latest trip to Scotland on Thursday from his home on his mother Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate.

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A police spokesman said: “At about 6.40pm, on Friday, 26 March, 2021, police received a report of a potential breach of coronavirus regulations at a property in St Cyrus, Montrose. Officers attended, spoke to the occupants and found no breaches of legislation."

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