Thai Crown Prince Takes Refuge in Five Star Hampshire hotel
DAILY MAIL - While his country is reeling from a military coup, the heir to the throne of Thailand is hiding out in a five-star hotel in a quiet village in Hampshire.
Maha Vajiralongkorn, 61, only son to 86-year-old King Bhumibol, arrived at Tylney Hall in Rotherwick a week ago, before the army, in which he holds the rank of general, overthrew the Thai government.
Taking over a wing of the extravagant hotel, where rooms start at £250-a-night, the crown prince has brought an entourage of ‘about 30′, including several guards and security staff.
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