If reports are to be believed, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not safe in the UK.

The Kensington and Chelsea Council allows anyone to access the contingency plans meant to protect Prince William and Kate Middleton's Kensington Palace apartment from any possible terrorist attacks or intruders.

The royal planning application form can be accessed by any visitor at Kensington town hall. The Buckingham Palace has made several unheard pleas against sharing such details.

In a letter to the council, Roy Brown from the property department at Buckingham Palace has urged the council to keep documents away from public view.

Brown has written: "We would appreciate if this application could be treated as confidential and not be allowed to enter the public domain, owing to the nature of the works and their location."

The Buckingham Palace is requesting that the couple's Kensington apartment be fitted with an "air lock" double-door system, a CCTV system, pop-up bollards and spiked railings, to ensure safety of the Royal couple.

The security plan, including round-the-clock police presence, would cost almost £3 million a year.

The council has not made any comments on lapse on its part and maintains that it is adhering to the rules.