‘Su­per­fan’ broke into Prince Ge­orge’s school

The Citizen (KZN) - - WORLD - Lon­don

– A Bri­tish woman who sparked a se­cu­rity alert af­ter break­ing into four-year-old Prince Ge­orge’s new school in Lon­don, is a “su­per­fan” ob­sessed with the royal fam­ily, The Sun re­ported yes­ter­day.

The 40-year-old woman, named by the news­pa­per as Louise Chantry, an unem­ployed holis­tic healer, was ar­rested on Wed­nes­day af­ter twice en­ter­ing the ex­clu­sive Thomas’s School in Bat­tersea.

“She wouldn’t have done any harm to Ge­orge. He would have been safe with her. She just loves the royal fam­ily and loves kids,” her mother, Rhona Craw­ford, 75, was quoted by the pa­per as say­ing.

Craw­ford said Prince Wil­liam, his wife Kate and their chil­dren Ge­orge and Char­lotte “rep­re­sent the ideal fam­ily life she would like to have”.

The mother said her daugh­ter’s ob­ses­sion with the younger roy­als was sim­i­lar to the pub­lic ado­ra­tion for the late Princess Diana, who died in 1997.

“It’s a fairy tale. It’s a fan­tasy,” she said.

Chantry re­cently split from her hus­band af­ter six years of mar­riage and has no chil­dren of her own.

She was ar­rested on sus­pi­cion of at­tempted bur­glary and has now been re­leased on bail.

She al­legedly turned up twice at Ge­orge’s school in 24 hours this week be­fore be­ing ar­rested. – AFP

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