Princess Anne Neighbor Spills New Details About Unfortunate Accident

Details surrounding Princess Anne’s recent accident, which resulted in minor injuries and a concussion, have emerged from a concerned neighbor near her residence at Gatcombe Park, according to revelations from Buckingham Palace.

In an interview with the Daily Express, the neighbor recounted their initial shock upon seeing an air ambulance landing near Anne’s estate.

“I saw an air ambulance landing on her estate and I thought ‘oh my goodness, I hope it’s not Anne,’” they shared with the publication.

The situation escalated further when a police helicopter began circling the area shortly afterward, prompting concerns among those nearby.

“The air ambulance was on the ground for about 40 minutes, I think,” the neighbor continued.

“I’m not sure if it took her to hospital, but it didn’t look like it did as it flew off the other way. I really hope she’s going to be okay.”

Buckingham Palace later confirmed that Princess Anne had indeed “sustained minor injuries and concussion following an incident on the Gatcombe Park estate yesterday evening.”

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As a precautionary measure, she remains under observation at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, where she is expected to fully recover.

King Charles has been kept informed throughout, and he joins the entire Royal Family in extending his fondest love and well-wishes to Princess Anne for a speedy recovery.

The incident has drawn attention to safety measures around the estate, with local residents expressing relief at the expectation of her swift recuperation.