My wife and I were intending to go to St James's Palace to have luncheon /reception with Prince Andrew in his capacity as Commodore-in-Chief, Fleet Air Arm. I declined when the conditions for entry to the Palace insisted that apart from the official invitation one needed to produce a Utility Bill no older than three months or entry would be refused. We didn't go. An army officer pal of mine has invited us to a Delhi Day Celebration at RMA Sandhurst in August. Again, apart from the official invitation ones passport and recent utility bill has to be presented at the gate. We're not going. Reasonable behaviour or not? What do you think?