Prince’s ‘stalker’ is royal su­per­fan

The Daily Telegraph - - News -

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.

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