Baby George has just turned six and one day is destined to become king. His safety is a primary objective, yet a breach in security occurred and the child was approached by a dangerous criminal. The news was released only today, but it appears that the condemned man - forty-year-old Darren Benjamin - had easy access to his rooms at Kensigton Palace. The episode has alarmed parents Kate and William and all British services, as reported by the Anglo-Saxon media.
After the incident an investigation was started to understand how it could have happened. William himself follows the developments.
From a first reconstruction it seems that the man, defined "violent" in 2008, had access to the building because he had to deliver furniture. The sentence for having tortured an innocent together with four accomplices weighs on him. He would gag him and stabbed him repeatedly and then wet him with boiling water. For this crime he served seven years in prison, but continues to be considered violent and dangerous.
When he was discovered he also boasted that the young prince had been particularly kind to him.
A consultant to the royal house of the duke and the Duchess of Cambridge, revealed that the couple appeared worried and asked for a review of the security procedures. A few weeks before a man's raid on Buckingham Palace while the queen slept had alerted the agents. The changes in the system are apparently increasingly necessary.