The officials have asked a group of travelers who were camping outside Windsor Castle to leave. These individuals were directly in view of Queen Elizabeth's private quarters.
In full view of the Queen's private quarters, many people have erected a camp on the Long Walk of Windsor. The crowd outside Windsor Castle included many parked cars and up to 30 caravans and motorhomes.
Prince Andrew reportedly drove his Range Rover through the camp, appearing unconcerned about the group of travelers. He lives at Royal Lodge near Windsor Castle with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on April 5, 2020 in Windsor, England. | Photo: Getty Images
As a result, officials began trying to move the travelers on, and pictures showed police, local council officials, and Windsor Park wardens discussing the matter with the group. The group has since dispersed.
While parked cars were clearly blocking the Long Walk, there are also signs that indicate they are prohibited. Seeing the group earlier, someone was shocked at how the vehicles were parked.
People walk along the Long Walk with the Royal Standard flying from Windsor Castle in Windsor, Berkshire. | Photo: Getty Images
The area was patrolled by security guards before police deported the travelers. As reported, Windsor Castle and Snow Hill in Windsor Great Park are connected by the Long Walk, which is popular with tourists.
The Queen will spend the summer at Balmoral Castle while continuing to mourn her beloved husband.
Every year, the royal processions are held along the Long Walk. Thousands of people lined the 2.6-mile track on May 19, 2018, for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding.
Earlier that day, there was a group of travelers spotted parking in West London. Officials with Richmond Council reportedly sought a court order to evict tenants from Kew Green, where they arrived with at least 12 caravans.
A video from the scene captured drivers doing doughnut hand brake turns throughout the park. Some of the residents who lived nearby also became intimidated by the arrival of the group.
Jane Walker, a local resident, said she usually takes her son to Kew Green to play, but she has decided not to. The older teenagers hanging around make her too nervous about venturing out at the moment.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip marking their Diamond Wedding Anniversary in November 2007. | Photo: Getty Images
Visitors to the castle who buy a seven-day return ticket are entitled to visit the property as many times as they wish. Balmoral Castle announced its latest ticket policy change on its Instagram account.