Ghislaine Maxwell sits on Queen’s throne with Kevin Spacey after ‘Prince Andrew invite’
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell and actor Kevin Spacey are pictured smiling in red velvet thrones at Buckingham Palace during a private tour reportedly organised by Prince Andrew for former US president Bill Clinton
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Smirking socialite Ghislaine Maxwell sat on the Queen’s throne next to actor Kevin Spacey during a tour of Buckingham Palace.
A photo has emerged showing Maxwell reclining in a mock royal pose in a ceremonial red velvet chair as Spacey smiles and waves while “pretending to be the Duke of Edinburgh”.
It is said the picture was taken in 2002 when the pair were on a private tour of the central London palace organised by Prince Andrew for former US president Bill Clinton.
It emerged after Maxwell, 58, was arrested by the FBI in the US town of Bradford, New Hampshire, on Thursday over allegations she helped paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, her former boyfriend, “identify, befriend and groom” girls, including one as young as 14.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment.