Where are you hiding Prince?
The Crown prince of Thailand and his 30-strong royal entourage set up camp at a five-star hotel in the Hampshire countryside as his nation is wracked by political violence.
While Maha Vajiralongkorn and his royal retinue have taken over a wing of grade-II listed Tylney Hall in the village of Rotherwick, is a small village situated in the Hart district of Hampshire, England. 6,000 miles away from the Royal Thai Army.
Meanwhile, Prince Vajiralongkorn, heir apparent to revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej, has set up residence in rural England with a squad of security guards.
Rooms at Tylney Hall start at £250 a night, rising to £530 for the Duke and Duchess Suites with four-poster beds and whirlpool baths. The prince’s entourage arrived a week ago, his possessions being unloaded from a huge lorry. One onlooker said: “There seemed to be hundreds of boxes. It looked like they were planning to stay a while.”
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