As well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: APAs well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: AP
As well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: AP

How Princess Anne foiled a kidnap attempt – and why the British elite SAS abducted Meghan, Kate and Diana before their royal weddings

Ever since the attempted abduction of Princess Anne by a gunman in 1974, royal princesses-to-be, including Meghan, Kate and Diana, have been ‘kidnapped’ by the British special forces

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As well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: APAs well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: AP
As well as etiquette training and advice on handling the media, Meghan Markle, pictured with husband Prince Harry, was trained by the SAS on how to handle hostile situations. Photo: AP
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