Prince Andrew socialised with a second British woman accused of being Jeffrey Epstein’s “key co-conspirator”, the Mirror can reveal.

Andrew, 60, enjoyed a break along with the woman on the paedophile’s private Caribbean island Little St James.

Weeks later one of Princess Diana’s bridesmaids, Clemmie Hambro, flew to the island after a “personal invitation”.

Ms Hambro and Andrew can both be seen in a photo from Diana’s wedding to Prince Charles in 1981, when she was the youngest bridesmaid, aged just five.

Miss Hambro, now 44, said she was “very lucky” to escape abuse when she visited the island in 1999 in her early 20s.

Prince Andrew and Clemmie Hambro at the wedding of Charles and Diana

A source told the Mirror: “Jeffrey revelled in his links to the royal family and British aristocracy. He would often drop their names in whenever he needed a door opening. His associates with connections to the royals go deeper than a lot of people think.”

Epstein victim Maria Farmer, now 50, alleged he flew “at least two” girls to the US on his private jet.

She said he was helped by the second British woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, but who she calls a “key co-conspirator” of Epstein.

She added: “She procured girls from England – at least two. She was a creeper. [She] was kept by Jeffrey and she’s gotten off scot-free with all the c**p she did for him.”

Clemmie Hambro, flew to the island after a “personal invitation”

Describing the woman as her “babysitter”, Ms Farmer added: “She’s under the radar and protected by money.”

The claims come after Epstein’s ex, Andrew’s friend Ghislaine Maxwell, 58, was charged with grooming and trafficking girls under 18, which she denies. Since the claims against the second British woman emerged, another Epstein accuser, Virginia Giuffre, has claimed she was sexually abused by her.

Giuffre, 36, has previously accused Andrew of sleeping with her three times, including once on Little St James.

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell

The Duke and his legal team have vehemently denied her claims.

But the latest claims increase pressure on him to speak to the FBI about what he knew of Epstein’s friends and what he saw.

His legal team have said they have offered repeatedly to make him available to the FBI, but claim they have been ignored.

At the time of her visit Miss Hambro, a great-granddaughter of Winston Churchill, was working at Christie’s in New York alongside British author Shelley Lewis, alleged to have been Epstein’s girlfriend in the early 2000s.

Miss Hambro said she was “young and naive” when she accepted the invitation.

She added: “I was not abused, nor did I see anyone abused. I was clearly very lucky, my heart goes out to those who were abused by him, and I trust they get the justice they so deserve.”

A spokesman for Andrew declined to comment yesterday. Requests to the unnamed woman went unanswered.