"After a former RAF officer claimed Prince William accidentally grounded a plane during training last year the Ministry of Defence has spoken up in the royal pilot's defence.
An MoD spokesman says "no damage was done" during the incident, which took place while the second in line to the throne was landing a high-powered Tucano plane during his 12-week pilot training stint with the RAF.
Retired officer Joe Watt says William grounded the aircraft after pressing the wrong switch and "overcooking" the engine. Although the plane was out of action for a few days after the incident last year, checks confirmed no lasting damage was done."
The link for the article is below - does it sound like its lying to cover things or what?
Just the next cover up after the "essential training flights" that were subsequently shown to be the public paying for a royal to fly to his burds house for his jollies.