Britain’s Prince Andrew Accepts Police Apology After ConfrontationBy: Shana Norris - September 8, 2013
On Sunday, Britain’s Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, accepted an apology from police officers for a rather embarrassing incident that took place late Wednesday afternoon.
Prince Andrew was stopped in the gardens of Buckingham Palace by two Metropolitan Police officers who didn’t recognize him and asked to see identification.
While some viewed the latter part of his statement as a royal's attempt at humor, it rankled others including British journalist and television personality Piers Morgan:
Others saw the incident as an opportunity to poke a little fun at the royal family:
The Associated Press took to Twitter to point out that the popular Prince Harry would never have suffered such embarrassment: