The Cambridges are one of the most talked-about families in the world, with the faces of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and even their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, seen across the globe.
And while this makes their influence and power stronger, it can also make them vulnerable, putting them at risk of danger.
That was proven this week, as the Cambridge children were involved in a security scare.
According to The Sun, a ‘convicted torturer’ was allowed into Kensington Palace, where he was delivering furniture to the Cambridge family’s home from an independent company, and reportedly got within feet or Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis who were playing.
This is something that according to reports ‘concerned’ Prince William and Kate Middleton.
The publication reported that the royal family has since launched an investigation after they were made aware of the breach.
‘As soon as it was brought to our attention an urgent security review was launched to check the current systems and procedures are appropriate,’ a Palace aide reportedly announced, via The Sun. ‘Pending the outcome there will be a refined level of risk assessment for those entering.’
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have not commented.