Recent publications in the UK have confirmed the astonishing fact that the British Royal Family have made their own investigations into UFOs and aliens.

A royal official has admitted meeting an alien, and a flying saucer was even sighted over a royal country house!

So has the Queen met aliens?

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, is the husband and consort of Queen Elizabeth II of England. He has supported the Queen since they were married 70 years ago – but he has also served as a naval officer and as a senior military commander. He has access to the highest level of politics and the military in the UK, and we now have it confirmed that he has shown a lifetime of interest in aliens and UFOs.

Discreet interest

Although the information was confidential for many years, the publishers of British magazine Flying Saucer Review have confirmed that Prince Philip has had a subscription since the 1950s. And there are many other reports that he has remained seriously interested in the subject.

In fact, Nick Pope, who was the British military official who investigated UFOs, said that the Duke’s interest was an embarrassment to the British government: “We tried to convince the press that we didn’t take UFOs seriously, but when the newspapers found out that the Prince was investigating UFOs himself, it undermined our whole case!”

The Duke has not mentioned the subject of aliens publicly, and royal officials never answer questions about his study of UFOs, but several former officials told us that the Duke has even tried to meet people who have seen flying saucers, including George Adamski, the first reported human abducted by aliens.

Did the Duke meet an alien?

It is even possible that Prince Philip met an alien, thanks to the remarkable testimony of Sir Peter Horsley, who was the Duke’s “equerry” (personal assistant) for several years in the 1950s.

In his biography, Sir Peter has revealed the truth about how far Prince Philip’s interest went.

At the Duke’s request, Horsley used his military contacts to investigate aliens himself (Sir Peter remained a serving military officer whilst working for the Duke). His investigation led to a remarkable meeting in Sir Peter’s flat with a man that he was told was called Mr Janus (not a typical British name!)

Janus had requested the meeting with Horsley because he had heard about the Duke’s research into aliens. Janus did not say that he was an alien, and had a British accent, but Sir Peter Horsley was certain that Janus was an alien. He mentioned things that suggested he knew about life on other planets, and Sir Peter was also certain that Janus was able to read his mind.

At the end of the meeting, Mr Janus said he wanted to meet again, and asked if he would be able to meet the Duke of Edinburgh at the next meeting, to continue the discussions. Horsley does not report whether the alien and the Prince ever met, but we have been told by other contacts that in fact the Duke did meet an alien representative later. And if he did meet an alien, then surely his wife Queen Elizabeth II also met one too.

Lord Mountbatten and the flying saucer over his own house

Lord Louis Mountbatten was an important member of the Royal Family too. He was the Duke of Edinburgh’s uncle and his mentor and father figure after the death of the Duke’s own parents). Mountbatten also was very influential with the Queen, and a very major military figure as the most senior naval admiral and head of the entire UK military.

Like his nephew, Prince Philip, Lord Mountbatten was fascinated by reports of UFOs and aliens. This interest culminated in an extraordinary report that Mountbatten submitted to the government.

Lord Mountbatten owned a large house in the British countryside near the south coast – a house called Broadlands. Broadlands is over 300 years old, and sits in a 2,500-hectare estate of woods and fields, with several farms as well as country parkland. Although Lord Mountbatten died decades ago, the house is still owned by his family and is a favourite place for British royals to spend holiday time, and so has high security.

In the 1950s, Mountbatten was away on military duty when his estate workers witnessed a spaceship hovering near the house and then a field further away. The flying saucer seemed to be investigating the estate, which was a concern when royals spent so much time there. So, when Lord Mountbatten returned home, he interviewed all the witnesses and he himself took statements from them all about the mysterious event.

Lord Mountbatten then sent in his full report and notes of his investigation to the military staff who worked for him. He urged his staff to investigate further, because of the risk to royal security as well as his own personal security as head of the British military.

Like the Duke of Edinburgh, Lord Mountbatten never spoke publicly about the sighting or the investigation, but we do not believe that it is a coincidence that aliens showed interest in his house, when he was so close to the Duke of Edinburgh as well as being an important military commander. We must wonder: were the aliens in the spaceship trying to find out if there was any information held in the Broadlands house?

There is no doubt that Lord Mountbatten thought the UFO was an alien ship – in a letter to a friend, Mountbatten said, “They don’t come from our Earth.” He continued to investigate UFOs after this event, even when he was head of the British military, and his interest continued until his shock death when Irish terrorists killed him with a bomb.

The British Royal Family are very important to UK politics and the military, and they have access to many state secrets, so their investigations into UFOs and aliens are important. And as Sir Peter Horsley revealed, he met an alien himself whilst he was a vitally important palace official.  Sir Peter is not a crank, and we can take his report seriously and give it credibility. After the meeting, Sir Peter returned to military service and finished his career as head of an important part of the Royal Air Force. His evidence is the proof we need that aliens worked with the British government.