Prince’s ‘stalker’ is royal superfan
THE jobless holistic healer who is accused of breaking into Prince George’s school is a “superfan” of the Royal family who was convicted of hotel fraud.
Louise Chantry, 40, was fined in June after admitting failing to pay hotel bills worth more than £1,000.
Ms Chantry, of West Sussex, recently split from her husband and is invested in the Royal family’s “fairytale” lives, her mother Rhona Crawford told The Sun. “She wouldn’t have done any harm to George,” she said. “He would have been safe with her. She just loves the Royal family and loves kids.”
Ms Chantry was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary on Wednesday after she allegedly came to £18,000-a-year St Thomas’s in Battersea twice in 24 hours. Prince George was not present on either occasion. She was bailed until October.
Her mother added that Ms Chantry had been “under a lot of stress”.
“I’m very sad this has happened, it’s a horrible incident,” she said.