Ghislaine Maxwell says meeting the Queen was one of the “greatest honors of her life”.

Ghislaine Maxwell says meeting the Queen was one of the “greatest honors of her life” and they chatted about their “mutual love of horses”.

  • Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen at Balmoral in the summer of 1999
  • She said spending time with the Queen was one of the greatest honors of her life
  • The monarch and Maxwell have reportedly spoken out about their shared love of horses
  • Maxwell said she was “deeply sorry” to hear of the Queen’s death last year

Convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

In an exclusive interview, the former socialite and friend of Prince Andrew says spending time with the monarch and speaking out about their shared love of horses has been one of the greatest honors of her life.

Speaking to me from Florida prison, where she is serving a 20-year sentence for grooming young girls for her pedophile lover Jeffrey Epstein, Maxwell said, “I thought the Queen was one of the most extraordinary women I have ever had the privilege of meeting .’

In an interview that will be published in full next week, the 61-year-old adds that Her Majesty had a “sparkle” in her eye and that she is “deeply sorry” to hear of the Queen’s death last year.

Convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. She is pictured with Jeffrey Epstein at the Queen's Log Cabin in Glen Beg, Balmoral

Convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell met the Queen, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. She is pictured with Jeffrey Epstein at the Queen’s Log Cabin in Glen Beg, Balmoral

Maxwell says spending time with the monarch and talking about their shared love of horses was one of the greatest honors of her life. The Queen is pictured in September 2022

Maxwell says spending time with the monarch and talking about their shared love of horses was one of the greatest honors of her life. The Queen is pictured in September 2022

Maxwell has been the guest of Prince Andrew at Buckingham Palace on a number of occasions, but was also invited to a more intimate meeting at Balmoral in the summer of 1999, while the Queen was believed to be there.

On that visit to the Highland estate, Maxwell and Epstein – who hanged themselves in prison in August 2019 while awaiting sex crimes trial – were relaxed in the Queen’s log cabin.

In June 2000 they attended Andrew’s 40th birthday party at Windsor Castle, hosted by his mother.

The following day they joined the Prince for a day of racing at Ascot.

And in December 2000, Andrew invited the couple to Sandringham, where the royals are spending their Christmas holidays, for what the prince memorably described as “a no-fuss filming weekend”.

Maxwell, who is serving her time at Tallahassee Federal Correctional Institute, has previously referred to Andrew as a “dear friend.”

She is expected to appeal her conviction soon and has previously spoken of a prison plan to murder her in her sleep.

Maxwell has been the guest of Prince Andrew at Buckingham Palace on a number of occasions, but was also invited to a more intimate meeting at Balmoral in the summer of 1999, while the Queen was believed to be there. Pictured: Prince Andrew, Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and Caroline Stanley in June 2000

Maxwell has been the guest of Prince Andrew at Buckingham Palace on a number of occasions, but was also invited to a more intimate meeting at Balmoral in the summer of 1999, while the Queen was believed to be there. Pictured: Prince Andrew, Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and Caroline Stanley in June 2000

Maxwell is serving a 20-year sentence for grooming young girls for her pedophile lover, Jeffrey Epstein. She is pictured with Epstein in an undated photo

Maxwell is serving a 20-year sentence for grooming young girls for her pedophile lover, Jeffrey Epstein. She is pictured with Epstein in an undated photo

Daphne Barak is a renowned interviewer and documentary filmmaker whose subjects have included Nelson Mandela, Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Johnny Depp and Michael Jackson, among others.

Daphne’s best-selling book, Saving Amy, based on her months of filming with Amy Winehouse and her family, is being adapted into an eight-part TV series by Halcyon Studios.

Daphne’s interview with Ghislaine will be published next week in partnership with US broadcaster CBS.

Daphne’s latest book, Struggling for One America, written with Erbil Gunasti, is published by Skyhorse Publishing and can be purchased here.

Read her pop culture scoops here.

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