Woman attacks Prince Andrew’s car as he drives in to Windsor Castle

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A woman was snapped chasing after Prince Andrew's car, banging on the window as he drove through Windsor Great Park.

The Duke of York was driving to Windsor Castle early this morning when a brunette woman holding a yellow umbrella began running alongside his black Range Rover.

The woman, dressed in a black coat, was seen smiling at her antics as the 61-year-old son of the monarch looked concerned to the person riding in the passenger seat.

In later pictures, the woman is seen in an apparent disagreement with a man and a woman at the side of the road before a police officer donning a stab-proof vest came to confront her.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the matter which is being handled by police.

A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said: "Thames Valley Police was called at around 10am. A 50-year-old woman, of no fixed abode, has been arrested on suspicion of using threatening/abusive/insulting words/behaviour to cause harassment/alarm/distress.

"She remains in custody."

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The attack came just days after a lawyer claimed a secret agreement between Virginia Giuffre and Jeffrey Epstein in 2008 protects the prince from a lawsuit.

According to the Guardian, a judge said that the settlement which a lawyer for Prince Andrew claimed would protect him against a lawsuit claiming he sexually abused an American when she was 17 should be made public.

The agreement was allegedly reached between Virginia Giuffre and Jeffrey Epstein, who killed himself in 2019 awaiting a sex trafficking trial.

The prince’s legal team did not respond to requests for a comment, but in the past, the senior royal has strongly insisted the claims against him are false.

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