The travelers have descended on a parking lot just a few miles from Windsor Castle.
The group is believed to be from France and Germany and is stationed with a fleet of 35 caravans and £130,000 Audis and BMWs.
It comes as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak reached a historic Brexit deal with EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Windsor today.
The travelers set up shop in Windsor’s Alexandra Gardens car park, where a season ticket sells for £1,540.
They set up a makeshift camp over the weekend and have been showing off their luxury cars.
The travelers descended on a parking lot less than half a mile from Windsor Castle.
The group is believed to be from France and Germany and camped alongside a fleet of 35 caravans and £130,000 luxury Audis and BMWs.
His fleet of luxury cars includes an Audi RS-6 (pictured) worth over £130,000
Travelers invaded the Alexandra Gardens car park in Windsor, where a season ticket sells for £1,540
The fleet included an Audi RS-6 valued at over £130,000. A £110,000 BMW M5 and a £75,000 Mercedes convertible were also seen, both with French registrations.
It came as Mr Sunak and Ms von der Leyen shook hands on new Brexit rules for Northern Ireland, dubbed the Windsor Agreement, today amid claims of a dramatic breakthrough.
They set up a makeshift camp in the parking lot over the weekend
Garbage bags were seen scattered on the ground after the travelers set up their camp.
The prime minister and the president of the EU Commission finalized the package after talks in Windsor, the culmination of months of arduous negotiations.
The cabinet will be briefed on the deal before the two hold a press conference.
Downing Street hailed the ‘significant and far-reaching’ concessions, and rumors are bombarding this afternoon that the DUP is ready to accept the deal.
The reports come despite trade unionists setting red lines that seemed very difficult to adhere to, including completely eliminating the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
An Audi RS-6 worth £130,000 was also seen parked at the traveler camp.
This on-site Mercedes convertible is worth £75,000
The travelers parked their caravans just three miles from where a historic Brexit deal was agreed.
Travelers from Europe have taken over the car park and left rubbish on the ground
Having the DUP on board would pave the way for the restoration of power sharing at Stormont.
But party leader Jeffrey Donaldson played down the Irish News’ claims, tweeting: “We will take our time to consider the details and gauge an agreement with our seven tests.”
In other positive noises for Sunak, Northern Ireland minister and self-described Brexit tough man Steve Baker, who has been on “resignation observation” in recent days, said this afternoon that the government is on the brink of a deal.” fantastic”. .
Sunak could still face a rocky ride from the Tories when he makes a statement to the House of Commons tonight.
Sunak’s allies are nervously waiting to see how former Prime Minister Boris Johnson will react to the revised terms.
Meanwhile, the Government is facing backlash for dragging the King into the political pressure cooker, as Charles will meet separately with Ms von der Leyen this afternoon during her visit.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, right, greets European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen at the Fairmont Hotel in Windsor today.
The government is facing a furious backlash for dragging the King into the political pressure cooker.
Rishi Sunak has drawn up a ‘Stormont lockdown’ designed to give Northern Ireland a say, but not a veto, over new EU trade laws that will continue to apply.
The head of the EU commission, Ursula von der Leyen, took the Eurostar to London before the meeting with the prime minister in Windsor.
Northern Ireland minister Steve Baker was in Downing Street again today, amid rumors that the whippings have put him on “resignation watch”.
The Windsor Hotel was being used as the venue for this afternoon’s talks.
Sunak tweeted before the meeting with Mrs von der Leyen
Jeffrey Donaldson tried to quell claims that the DUP is ready to back the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal for NI
Brussels is believed to have agreed to get rid of checks and paperwork on almost all goods and products shipped from mainland Britain to Northern Ireland. The red and green customs channels will be used to distinguish what is destined for the province and the Republic, which remained within the EU
Sunak is believed to have secured a package that removes single market rules from 90 per cent of products made in Northern Ireland, as long as they are not destined for the EU.
Although Northern Ireland could still be covered by future EU legislation, there will be a democratic mechanism to ensure that politicians in the province have a voice and consultation with London.
In one of the potential flashpoints, the Court of Justice of the European Union will remain the final arbiter on single market rules in Northern Ireland. But there will be protections designed to show that cases cannot be referred directly by the EU.
In what could be a crucial victory, Sunak appears to have persuaded the bloc that the text of the protocol should be changed, something it had previously refused to do.