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Prince Andrew Gave Ghislaine Maxwell “Unrestricted Access” To Buckingham Palace


It’s been proven Jeffery Epstein has visited the White House over 17 times and one of those times he was coupled with Ghislaine Maxwell.

Well now new reports from the UK have revealed that Ghislaine Maxwell had “unrestricted access” to Buckingham Palace.

Paul Page a former armed officer at the Palace stated that he saw Maxwell enter the Palace several times and many of those times she was waved in.

Another eye-raising detail about Maxwell’s visits was that the security officers were told to never allow Maxwell to sign the visitor log.

The visits were so often many suspected that Prince Andrew and Maxwell were dating.

Previously Prince Andrew settled a lawsuit with Virginia Giuffre, who claimed Andrew raped her inside Jeffery Epstein Mannhatten’s home and on his private island.

The Daily Mail got the scoop too:

Prince Andrew gave Ghislaine Maxwell ‘unrestricted access’ to Buckingham Palace as part of their close friendship, a former royal police officer has claimed.

The relationship between the Duke of York, 62, and Maxwell, 60, who has been jailed for 20 years for grooming young women for Jeffrey Epstein, is being scrutinised publicly.

It is said that Maxwell was waved in by Palace police when she visited the Duke, being allowed to enter ‘at will’, to see him.

Paul Page, who worked at Buckingham Palace from 1998 to 2004, said that Maxwell was often seen coming in and out of the Duke’s apartments.

‘Myself and my other colleagues formed the opinion they were in some sort of relationship,’ he told The Sun.

Mr Page, who worked at the Palace as an armed protection officer, said that Maxwell was one of the Duke’s most frequent visitors during the early 2000s.

He told the news site that he had also seen the pair share an ‘intimate picnic’ in the Palace grounds, ‘right outside the Queen’s bedroom window’.

He and colleagues were asked not to record Maxwell’s name in the visitor logs, a ‘highly unusual’ decision, Mr Page said.

Metro UK had these details to add:

Ghislaine Maxwell was given ‘unrestricted access’ to Prince Andrew’s apartment at Buckingham Palace, a former royal protection officer has told The Sun.

Paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend was convicted of trafficking underage girls for the financier to abuse and was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Tuesday.

Her relationship with the Duke of York is once again under the spotlight after reports that the British socialite was allowed to enter the palace ‘at will’.

Paul Page, who worked at the Queen’s London residence from 1998 to 2004, said Maxwell was often seen coming in and out of Andrew’s apartment, and officers were told to simply wave her in.

‘She was allowed to enter and exit the Palace night and day at will,’ he said, shedding more light on their relations.

He added: ‘She had access like no other individual outside the Royal Family. She was on another level.’



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