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Duke of Norfolk – who planned the Queen’s funeral – admits to running a red light


Duke of Norfolk – who planned the Queen’s funeral – admits to running a red light in his BMW in Battersea while on the phone to his wife at the wheel

An aristocrat responsible for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II pleaded guilty today to using his mobile phone while driving across police officers at traffic lights.

His Grace The Duke of Norfolk, Edward William Fitzalan-Howard, 65, appeared at Lavender Hill Magistrates Court after being caught by the officers chatting with his wife.

In his hereditary role as Earl Marshal he told the court he is also in charge of the coronation of King Charles III and asked for part of the hearing to be held in private in the interests of ‘national security’.

He pleaded guilty to one count of driving his six year-old blue…



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