Cops called on Queen Elizabeth’s grandson over COVID travels

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The Queen’s grandson got the cops called on him for a potential violation of COVID protocols when he was spotted outside the home of one of his sister’s friends — 460 miles away from his royal residence.

Peter Phillips, the 43-year-old son of Princess Anne, was seen outside the unidentified woman’s home in St. Cyrus this week, the UK Sun reported. His Range Rover was still in the driveway Saturday, local sources observed.

Annoyed neighbors reportedly called the cops on Phillips, who is 17th in line for the throne and lives at his mom’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire, officials said. 

“At around 6:40 p.m. on Friday, police received a report of a potential breach of coronavirus regulations at a property in St Cyrus,” a spokesperson for Scotland police said. 

“Officers attended, spoke to the occupants and found no breaches of ­legislation.”

England is under a stay-at-home order, while Scotland is only permitting travel for “essential purposes.”

A spokesman for Phillips said he was on official business with his company, XL Medical, which provides COVID rapid tests, when he traveled to the woman’s home. 

The woman is reportedly a friend of Phillips’ sister Zara and a former classmate of Phillips’.

Phillips announced a separation from his wife, Autumn, in February 2020. The 39-year-old woman he was allegedly visiting is also separated from her husband.

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