Peter Phillips broke pandemic rules, drove 460 miles & lied to cops, just to get laid

Peter Phillips is Princess Anne’s son and Queen Elizabeth’s first grandson by age. Peter and his wife Autumn announced their separation last year, but as far I know, they haven’t actually filed for divorce. The pandemic changed things for them too – while it sounded like Autumn was considering a move back to Canada, Peter’s sister Zara apparently convinced her to stay. Now Autumn and Peter are reportedly still living together during the pandemic, but they are not “together” in any sense. Well, now it looks like Peter has a side-chick in Scotland. And he broke pandemic travel rules just for a 460-mile booty call. Oh, and his booty call is a married woman and the cops were called on him! The layers of shenanigans with this story!

Cops quizzed the Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips after a complaint that he had driven to Scotland to see a married woman. Police, who were called by angry locals, “issued advice” to Phillips, 43, who lives 460 miles away in Gloucestershire.

Phillips, who lives at his mum Princess Anne’s Gatcombe Park estate in Gloucestershire, turned up in the village of St Cyrus, Aberdeenshire. Police called on him and the 40-year-old mum of two at her £475,000 home. But officers decided he was not in breach of any Covid lockdown rules after he explained he was on a business trip.

The woman — who is separated from her husband — is a pal of Peter’s sister Zara Phillips from their days at private school Gordonstoun in Moray, Scotland. She attended 39-year-old Zara’s wedding to rugby star Mike Tindall in 2011. The woman and fellow ex-Gordonstoun pupil Peter met again at a school reunion. Dad-of-two Peter announced his split from Canadian wife Autumn, 41, in February of last year. He was spotted outside the married woman’s house and his Range Rover was still parked at her home yesterday.

One local source said: “It seems wrong he has travelled here from England, whatever the circumstances. Scotland is closed and if you flew here you would have to quarantine for ten days.”

A spokesman for marketing consultant Phillips said the royal had travelled on business with his company XL Medical, which provides rapid Covid tests. He added: “We do not comment on ­details or circumstances of Mr Phillips’ accommodation when travelling on ­business.”

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “At around 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.”

Mainland Scotland is in lockdown with travel only permitted for “essential purposes”. England has been under a “stay at home” order with a gradual easing of coronavirus rules starting tomorrow.

[From The Sun]

“Officers decided he was not in breach of any Covid lockdown rules after he explained he was on a business trip…” I’m sure he said “bidness trip” or perhaps he actually said “business trip” complete with air quotes and a wink. I’m sure he was doing some “rapid Covid testing” throughout the weekend. I bet he rapid-Covid tested his married lover so much that she was walking funny the next day. I mean, I actually *slightly* admire a man who is willing to drive 460 miles just to get some ass. That’s the kind of desperation and commitment we need as we’re coming out of the pandemic.

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