Queen bans drones at Sandringham over fears pilots could spy on Royals or even launch an attack

The Queen (pictured) has banned drones from the Sandringham estate amid fears that the Royal Family could be targeted by unmanned aircraft carrying a bomb or chemical weapon

The Queen has banned drones from the Sandringham estate amid fears that the Royal Family could be targeted by unmanned aircraft carrying a bomb or chemical weapon.

It will also help to foil paparazzi photographers hoping to take aerial pictures of Royals on shooting parties or taking part in other private activities.

The ban covers all 20,000 acres of the Sandringham estate in north Norfolk, believed to be the largest single area in the UK where the landowner has banned the use of all drones without permission.

The Queen (pictured) has banned drones from the Sandringham estate amid fears that the Royal Family could be targeted by unmanned aircraft carrying a bomb or chemical weapon

The Department for Transport first made it a criminal offence from last December for low-flying aircraft including drones to be flown at any time within 1.5 miles of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s home at Anmer Hall on the estate.

Offenders risk a £5,000 fine.

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