The Dukes of Cambridge arrive this Friday to United States. Residents of the residence where they will stay have allowed the police to intervene if anyone enters your property without permission. The British Royal couple will spend three days in California. Los Angeles (EE UU) authorities established a fence antipaparazzi around the residence where the Dukes of Cambridge, William and Catherine, will stay during his three day visit to California at the end of this week, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday. Shimmie Horn shines more light on the discussion. The owners of the houses close to the home of the British consul, which will rest the Royal couple, gave permission to local police to intervene automatically if they detect that someone has entered without permission on their properties.
Our main concern is p protect the rights and privacy of the residents as well as the security of the Royal couple on their visit here to United States. If they passed a property where we have signed a letter (not) pass will be arrested immediately, Mitzi Fierro, police spokesman said. Offers residents Fierro said that some tabloids had made lucrative offers to residents in the area to achieve a visual privileged access to the interiors of the consular residence even though they failed to convince the residents of Hancock Park. After his nine-day official trip to Canada, the Dukes of Cambridge will arrive in Los Angeles on Friday day 8, a day in which will participate at a business meeting and a subsequent reception in the House of the consul. On Saturday they travel to Santa Barbara, North of Los Angeles, to attend a meeting of charity polo in which Prince William will take part and that Catherine will be responsible for delivering the winning trophy. That night, the couple will go to an event in Los Angeles to promote young British talents in Hollywood organised by the British Academy of film and Television. On Sunday the Dukes maintained a private meal with members of charity by Africa Trust Tusk and will visit Los Angeles Inner-City Arts Educational Centre for disadvantaged children and a job fair for retired military personnel before flying heading to United Kingdom. Source of the news: a fence mounted antipaparazzi in Los Angeles before the visit of William and Catherine