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Queen's private lunch gatecrashed by 'drunk' intruder

Mirror logo Mirror 7/12/2016 Jessica Haworth
The monarch's lunch was reportedly disturbed © Rex The monarch's lunch was reportedly disturbed

Royal guards sprung into action yesterday when a 'drunk' man stormed the Queen's private lunch at an exclusive London hotel. 

Queen Elizabeth II was dining with her senior servants at the Goring in Belgravia, west London, when the man interrupted.

According to witnesses, the intruder - dressed in a grey tracksuit top and jeans - sprinted into the building and began waving his hands around.

He was bundled out by royal protection officers who patted him down and took his details before he was let go and walked off.

The Queen, 90, was later escorted out by managing director David Morgan-Hewitt who protected the royal on the way to her waiting car.

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The hotel has become a firm favourite with the royals, the Mail Online reports. 

It was the choice for Kate Middleton's last night as a single woman before her wedding to Prince William in April 2011.

And the Queen has been seen dining there plenty of times during her reign.

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