Wednesday 17 August 2022 02:55 PM Harold Macmillan's grandson the Earl of Stockton, 79, is banned from the roads ... trends now
The grandson of former Prime Minister Harold MacMillan has been arrested after he crashed his Range Rover into two parked cars while drunk.
The 79-year-old Earl of Stockton, Alexander Macmillan, pleaded guilty to the drink driving charge at Wycombe Magistrates court before he was banned from the roads and slapped with an almost £10,000 court fine.
Lord Stockton, who is a hereditary peer, was on his way to his home in Denham, Buckinghamshire, when he crashed his black four-by-four into two parked vehicles - he then failed the breath test.
The 79-year-old Earl of Stockton, Alexander Macmillan, pleaded guilty to a drink driving charge in Wycombe Magistrates Court. The Earl had driven his black Range Rover into two parked cars near his home in Denham, Buckinghamshire.
The court heard yesterday that he had skipped lunch before he ‘drank some wine’ at an event near his home on July 31 before leaving around 5.30pm.
On his journey back, the Lord swerved into the parked vehicles and caused minor damage to the cars.
Police were then