Prince Andrew and Monique Giannelloni
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Prince Andrew and Monique Giannelloni
Prince Andrew once had a massage in Buckingham Palace — by a masseuse picked for him by Jeffrey Epstein's accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell, it was claimed Thursday.

Monique Giannelloni told the Daily Mail that she had first given massages to Epstein's ex Maxwell — including once with the "creepy, seedy" pedophile present — when she was fixed up to work on the Duke of York.

"I am going to introduce you to someone more famous than God," she claims Maxwell told her, with Giannelloni telling the website, "Never in my wildest dreams did I think it would be royalty."

She recalled being "very nervous" during her 2000 visit to Buckingham Palace, where she says Andrew, now 59, greeted her at a bedroom door wearing a bathrobe.

She says he wore a towel as she gave him the massage, with a photo of his former wife Sarah Ferguson and their two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, next to them.

Giannelloni insists she was not vetted, searched or forced to sign in when she visited the palace.

"It troubled me because I could have been anyone," she told the website. "I certainly expected more stringent security checks."

The masseuse, now a 55-year-old married mother-of-two who runs a restaurant in the south of France, says the first call to work with Maxwell came "out of the blue."

She visited her house in London's Belgravia neighborhood a number of times — and confirmed that the upstairs landing is the one in the now-infamous photo of Andrew with accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre just a year later.

Virginia Roberts photographed with Prince Andrew and Ghislaine Maxwell

Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell at Andrew's London home in a photo released with court documents.
She blasted Maxwell's "arrogant attitude," saying she even made her go out and buy her cigarettes during their first session.

Epstein was there during one massage and the pair "pretentiously" talked about buying an island.

"Epstein was creepy, seedy and very pretentious," Giannelloni told the Mail.

She claims that Maxwell — who was nicknamed "Goodtimes Ghislaine" — mentioned her possibly giving massages during an upcoming yacht party where privacy would be key.

"I assumed she meant 'anything goes,'" she told the site. "I politely declined the invitation because it did not sound like the sort of thing I wanted to be involved with.

"I thought she was very distasteful and pretentious, the way she spoke. I didn't like her attitude or her at all."

Still, Giannelloni told the Mail she was "very shocked" when the scandal involving Epstein, Maxwell and the prince exploded.

"At the time I had an instinctive feeling of uneasiness about Epstein but I couldn't put my finger on it," she said.

"Now I look back and am thankful that I was 35 and not some vulnerable teenager who could have been another of Epstein's victims."

A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman told the site that it never comments on "matters of security."