Prince Andrew dated the model Caprice and let her sit on the Queen's throne at Buckingham Palace during one of their dates, it has been claimed.
The Duke of York, 60, met the American lingerie designer 48, at a dinner party and the pair dated for two months in 2000, reports The Sun.
On one of the dates he took her to Buckingham Palace and let her take a decorative bowl without staff knowing, according to the paper.
The pair only went on a few dates before she introduced him to a friend of hers, an American masseuse named Denise Martell, who he was involved with for 10 years.
The date at Buckingham Palace is alleged to have happened just months before he is reported to have slept with Virginia Roberts Guiffre - when she was just 17.
Prince Andrew, 60, (pictured left) met American lingerie designer Caprice, 48, (right) at a dinner party and the pair dated for two months in 2000
Pictured: Buckingham Palace, where Andrew is alleged to have taken the Dancing On Ice Star on a date
A source close to Caprice told The Sun: 'As an American, she was thoroughly entertained at the notion he was a part of the Royal Family.
'He took her to Buckingham Palace twice, and on one occasion she sat on the Queen's throne.
'She spotted a bowl she liked and asked Andrew if she could steal it and post it to her mum. She claims that he let her, and her mum loved it!'
He let her into the Throne Room (pictured) where the 'chair of the estate of the Queen', the coronation chairs of her father King George VI, Queen Mary and Queen Victoria are kept
The pair were friends for two months and went on 'platonic' dates, including two at the Palace.
He let her into the Throne Room where the