Princess Anne shock: How Anne was first senior royal to be CONVICTED of criminal offence | Royal | News (Reports)


They stopped short at asking her to put the dog down and dropped charges against the Princess’ husband.

She said at the time: “I have to add that these children did suffer considerably from this experience…it was a very, very unfortunate episode.”

Relatives of the two boys affected said the sentence was “neither moral nor just”, however.

Back in 2002, penalties for an offence such as Anne’s could incur a hefty £5,000 fine, six months in prison and the dog destroyed.


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