Playful mooning, I'd probably not get prosecuted unless someone took offence. There is, however, the risk of prosecution for "outraging public decency" (Common Law Offence)
I'm not too sure about Royal Law; I don't think the Queen would be amused.
Lucky for me the Queen was at Winsor Castle yesterday and not at her Norfolk Estate.
As the area was free from onlookers, I did a Moon, don't get me wrong, I don't normally do this sort of thing ,
it was not till I got home and seeing that picture, omg! I could have got into a bit of serious trouble, but it was done only for a bit of fun.
Trespassing the Royal Estate:
comes under Section 61 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994
My advice, don't be confrontational with the police.
Security was very poor; to gain access to the royal grounds was quite easy, only a stupid sign, I found it a bit odd
Security cameras were spotted quite easy, when in the grounds.
Just make like a tree, till the cam moves
The church of St Mary Magdalene, Place of worship by the Royal Family.
It was an enjoyable afternoon in the Royal Estate of Sandringham.