POLICE are investigating after a teenager was allegedly hit by a car on Pippa Middleton’s £15 million estate, The Sun can reveal.
Cops confirmed that a vehicle was “in a collision with” a teenager on the Barton Court estate in Berkshire.
The Princess of Wales’ sister moved into the grand 32-room, 150-acre Georgian mansion along with her investment banker husband James Matthews and their three kids last year.
The identity of the teen is not known but he was not injured in the alleged incident.
However the incident was thrown into doubt when a spokesperson for the family denied anybody had been hit.
A police spokesperson told The Sun: “Thames Valley Police received reports of a teenager being involved in a collision with a vehicle at an address near Hungerford, on 22 February this year.
“The boy was not injured in the incident.
“The incident will be investigated by the local Neighbourhood Policing Team.”
A representative for the family hit back saying: “There was an issue with trespassers at the property, who left a designated footpath, and were trespassing on private property.
“No one was run over and there has been no contact between the family and the police. This is simply untrue.”
Barton Court has a whopping 30 bedrooms and 150 acres of grounds which lead down to a river, complete with a swimming pool, walled garden and greenhouses.
The couple submitted plans earlier this year to dig up the walled garden a build a new giant pool measuring 82ft x 19ft, Daily Mail’s Eden Confidential reported.
The stately home is less than an hour’s drive to Kate and Prince William, who moved their primary residence to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor Estate.
It’s also close to Kate and Pippa’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton.
The home, bought in an off-market sale, is not far from where Pippa, Kate, and their brother James grew up in Chapel Row village.
It was completely renovated and modernised by the previous owner Sir Terence Conran, the late Habitat founder.
Pippa and James married in 2017 and are parents to Arthur, four; Grace, one; and baby Rose.