A body was found in a lake in front of William and Kate's home

A body was found in a lake in front of William and Kate's home

A body was found in a lake in front of William and Kate's home.

A woman's body was found in a lake in front of the London home of Kate Middleton and Prince William - Kensington Palace, the Independent reports.

The woman, who has not yet been identified, was initially thought to be the missing artist Endillian Lisette Green. Police even notified her family of her death. However, her brother John Lisette Green later announced that she had been found "alive and unharmed."

In a statement to Sky News, a government spokesman said: "Police were called to the Kensington W2 Garden at 7.09am on Saturday, August 29." The statement said: "The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. At this point, the death is treated as unexplained, but is not considered suspicious. An expertise will be carried out at the next stage. "

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were not the palace when the body was discovered. At the time, they were resting with their three children, Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte, at the Scottish mansion of Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Sky, it is unclear whether other members of the royal family, such as Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who also live in the palace, were there when the body was found.

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