Two men have been arrested following the christening of MADONNA and GUY RITCHIE’s son, four-month-old ROCCO, at DORNOCH CATHEDRAL last night (December 21),
A 51-year-old unemployed man from the south of England was arrested last night following his discovery within the church. He was charged with a number of offences, which have not yet been revealed by Northern Constabulary, and is expected to appear at Dornoch Sheriff Court at a later date.
And this morning, the police force spokesperson in Dornoch issued a further statement saying: ?A 33-year-old male from the south of England has been charged with a number of offences following his arrest in Dornoch earlier this morning. He is expected to appear at Dornoch Sheriff Court at a later date.?
As reported yesterday, police had warned the estimated 200 photographers and journalists camped out in the town, situated 40 miles from Inverness and currently engulfed in freezing fog, that they would arrest anyone breaching security at the baptism last night or the wedding today (December 22), which takes place at nearby Skibo Castle.
The baptism last night attracted around a hundred locals and fans who turned out to watch the celebrities flock into the historic setting for the ceremony.
Some fans were carrying banners, one reading “Rocco is our ray of light to Dornoch”.
Madonna and Guy, who arrived with a police escort, posed for photographs outside the cathedral before the ceremony, where Gwyneth Paltrow, Stella McCartney and Sting and Trudi Styler were the first stars to arrive, waving to the crowd as they went inside. Rupert Everett arrived late, dashing into the cathedral in white jeans and a black leather jacket shortly before the ceremony, conducted by Reverend Susan Brown, began. The local minister will also preside over the couple’s wedding ceremony.
The couple stopped to wave at crowds gathered outside after the 25-minute ceremony as they left.