A person has been arrested within the Royal Mews subsequent to Buckingham Palace.
Police had been alerted to an individual climbing a wall and coming into the prohibited space at 1.25am on Saturday.
Following a search, a 25-year-old man was detained by officers outdoors the stables within the Royal Mews, which backs on to the palace backyard.
Scotland Yard mentioned in an announcement: “At no point did the man enter Buckingham Palace or the palace gardens.
“The man has been arrested beneath the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act for trespassing on a protected web site.
“He has been taken into custody at a London police station where he remains.”
Buckingham Palace confirmed no members of the Royal Family had been in residence on the time.
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The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace is chargeable for all highway journey preparations for the King and different members of the royal family, from horse-and-carriage to automobile.
It is residence to the enduring 260-year-old Gold State Coach, used at state events similar to Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953, the Platinum Jubilee in 2022 and Charles’s coronation earlier this yr.