No costume could ever disguise these three.
New photos show accused rapist Harvey Weinstein posing with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and his alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell at a royal party thrown by their scandal-scarred pal Prince Andrew.
The smiling trio were in attendance for the 18th birthday celebration for Andrew’s older daughter, Princess Beatrice, at Windsor Castle in 2006.
Weinstein wears a tuxedo as he stands next to Epstein, wearing a white US Navy SEAL uniform with a row of medals, and his one-time girlfriend Maxwell in a gold mask and red headdress.
Epstein already had an arrest warrant out for him in Florida on child-prostitution charges, something Andrew insisted in his recent BBC interview that he knew nothing about when he invited him to the party.
“This photograph sums up just why the Epstein affair has been so disastrous for Andrew,” a source told The Sun. “He brought these people into the royal fold, to Windsor Castle no less, where they could rub shoulders with the great and good. It is an astounding lack of judgment at the very least.
“This picture will raise further questions about Andrew’s interaction with these individuals.”
About 400 guests were at the party, which had an 1888 theme marking 100 years before Beatrice was born.
Andrew wore a white bow tie with tails as he posed for official photos with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson and their daughters, birthday girl Beatrice and younger sister Eugenie, dressed in gowns fit for princesses.
Beatrice’s $13,000 blue taffeta gown was created by designer Georgina Chapman, who would go on to marry Weinstein a year later.
Other royals at the bash included Peter and Zara Phillips and Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, The Sun said, who rubbed shoulders with celebrities including Demi Moore and then-husband Ashton Kutcher, Pixie Geldof, Kelly Osbourne and Sir David Frost.