Still say this is all a cover for a savage Princess who can't control
herself from morphing into a fearsome hound when she gets angry. The Palace
are desperately trying to keep this dark secret from the public. You wait
Mark Phillips will come out of the woodwork soon and show us his scars.
Just look at that jaw line when you see her on the box, there's something
scary about it.
From: Steve McGhee [mailto:steven@...
Sent: 31 December 2003 09:31
Subject: [completeandutterrubbish] The plot thickens
Anne's killer terrier attacks maid
A royal maid was attacked by the Princess Royal's killer bull
terrier just days after it savaged one of the Queen's corgis,
Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
Florence the English bull terrier attacked the woman while at
Sandringham on Saturday, biting her on the knee, a Palace
The woman, reportedly in her 50s, was treated on the estate by a
doctor who had been called by Anne after hearing of the attack.
The hound will now undergo behavioural retraining but the Palace
spokeswoman refused to comment on whether it would have to be put
She said: "There was an incident at Sandringham on Saturday when a
member of staff was bitten on the knee or knee area by Florence.
"As a matter of concern Princess Anne and Tim Laurence, who were not
there at the time, arranged for a doctor to come and see the lady
and she was treated accordingly."
The spokeswoman added that the wound was a "minor bite" and the
woman did not need hospital treatment.
Last week, Florence so badly mauled Pharos, one of the Queen's
oldest and best-loved corgis, it had to be put down.
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