Queen’s horror exposed: Monarch forced to run for her life after royal break in chaos

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Express. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. QUEEN ELIZABETH II was forced to lash out and run for her life when a burglar broke into Buckingham Palace but commentators have since revealed what she said to the unwelcome guest. PUBLISHED: 15:07, Fri, Jul 10, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:09, Fri, Jul 10, 2020 Sign up for FREE now and never miss the top Royal stories again. Invalid emailWe will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.The Queen, 94, suffered the worst royal security breach in history when a burglar invaded Buckingham Palace in 1982. The monarch was forced to run to safety after Michael Fagan came into her room and woke her up. Royal commentators Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed how Fagan, who was later committed for psychiatric evaluation, pulled back the curtains on the Queen’s bed and saw her nighttime attire. Speaking on the Royally Obsesses podcast, Ms Bowie said: “In 1982, Fagan scaled the 14ft fence outside the palace which is topped with barbed wire and revolving spikes, that’s scary.”In what became known as the worst royal security breach of all time, he entered the Queen’s bedroom at 7.15am, pulled the curtains open from her four-poster bed revealing later in an interview with the Independent that she was quite shocked saying, ‘what are you doing here?'”He also reported that she was wearing a knee-length nightie in a Liberty London print.”Apparently after Fagan had scaled the walls of the palace, he wandered around checking out King Georg IV’s multi-million stamp collection.READ MORE: Prince Charles left shocked as Asda worker suddenly FAINTS Queen Elizabeth II was forced to lash out at buglar at Buckingham Palace (Image: PA) Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are currently self-isolating at Windsor Castle (Image: GETTY)”He saw the stamp collection, he went to the Queen’s bedside.”Alarms were triggered but the security team thought they were just faulty.”That’s an insane answer to me.”The Queen herself ended up bolting to the door after encountering Fagan to summon help. The Queen ran to get help after the break in (Image: GETTY)”This wasn’t the first time he broke in. A month earlier he snuck in and tested out various thrones as if he was Goldilocks and looking everywhere for a bathroom.”He said he couldn’t find one and he finally gave up, and this is really gross, he urinated in the Corgi’s dog food.”That’s upsetting to me.”The revelation comes as an Essex schoolboy has sent the Queen a word search in case she is feeling “sad or lonely” during lockdown.DON’T MISSMeghan Markle and Prince Harry spark vicious royal row [VIDEO]Queen reveals secret behind happy marriage to Prince Philip [INSIGHT]Meghan and Harry’s exit ‘orchestrated’ by Prince Charles [ANALYSIS] Line of succession (Image: EXPRESS)Timothy Madders, 7, created his “happiness word search” with hidden words including “smile”, “family”, “holiday” and “sunshine”.He wrote: “Dear Queen Elizabeth, You might be feeling sad or lonely during lockdown, so I thought I could make a word search for you to cheer you up. Love from Timothy Madders.”Timothy received a reply from Windsor Castle thanking him for his thoughtfulness.The letter, from one of the Queen’s ladies in waiting, Philippa de Pass, said: “The Queen wishes me to write and thank you for your kind letter, and for the puzzle you have created especially for Her Majesty.”Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated, and The Queen hopes that you too are keeping safe and well in the current situation. I am to thank you very much indeed for writing as you did at this time.” ,

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