The Queen’s vehicle driver a companion lady

Buckingham Royal residence has actually been bought to perform an immediate protection testimonial by  Queens Escorts, that rages that a driver offered covert press reporters a trip of her fleet of limos.

Brian Sirjusingh is claimed to have actually brought both guys right into the heart of the royal residence for a ₤ 1,000 kickback – in an offer established by his Lithuanian companion fan.

He motivated the reporters, impersonating Center Eastern entrepreneurs, to remain on the rear seats of a Bentley, boasting: ‘That’s where the Queen rests.’ At no phase were they tested by safety and security personnel.

Buckingham Royal residence claimed Sirjusingh has actually because been put on hold from his responsibilities.

Resources disclosed that the driver had actually been rejected of his grace-and-favor house in the royal residence premises – where he had actually been permitting his sweetheart to remain over.

It was asserted that the companion, that bills ₤ 200 an hr, reoccured without ever before being quit.

The mess is a big shame for the Metropolitan Authorities’s Aristocracy as well as Diplomatic Security Team, that asserted to have actually placed a rigid sign-in location after a collection of safety violations.

Also participants of the Royal Family members currently need to lug ID cards in any way times. Both the Battle each other of Edinburgh and also the Battle Each Other of York are stated to have actually been tested for failing to remember to bring them.

A Scotland Backyard representative validated it was ‘normally worried’ concerning the concerns elevated, including: ‘We are communicating with royal residence authorities concerning their team protection plans.’

Last evening a previous head of imperial protection, retired Metropolitan Cops principal superintendent Dai Davies, claimed: ‘I think it is time for a basic and also extreme evaluation of imperial safety and security, as it is clear from these discoveries that they have actually not found out the lessons of the past.’