Maybe Pippa is getting some Royal protection after all. The London Evening Standard is reporting that the case of the toy-gun waving aristocrat has been 'downgraded' to 'low-priority' after an 'intervention from London', prompting accusations of a high-level cover-up.“If the suspects involved were ordinary kids from the estates they would have been brought in by now,” one officer told the Standard. “As it is this case is being dealt with at a very high level. Lots of meetings have taken place to discuss the sensitivity of the issue, and there has been an intervention from London.”Pippa was in an Audi convertible on Saturday with three men when the driver pointed what looked like a toy gun at a photographer. The 28-year-old was being driven to Gare du Nord station to board a Eurostar to London after a lavish party for her friend viscount Arthur de Soultrait.