A BIG group of travelers posed warehouses in front of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's house.
Fifteen vehicles parked on the lawn in front of Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Five caravans, pickup trucks, sports cars and a SUV curb on Long Walk – in May of last year full of crowds for the wedding of Harry and Meghan.
They then rolled on to pristine lawns and parked before security forces and police arrived.
The travelers, who had previously withdrawn the police from Imperial Park in Windsor, left the hotel within an hour without fuss.
64-year-old witness Jeff Healey said, "I just had a drink in the pub when they started driving up the Long Walk.
"They realized they could not stay when the police arrived, it probably took less than an hour."
Another local said, "If there is a place where you do not want to park your caravan, this is the garden behind the Queen."
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It is not known if Harry, Meghan and Son Archie or the Queen were at home.
A police spokesman said, "The Thames Valley police received reports of an unauthorized camp at Kings Road, Windsor, around 2:00 pm.
"They have since been moved from the site."