Libyan Gun Smuggler Was a Guest At The Royal Wedding Via Prince Andrew Link

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Oct. 13 2018, Published 11:22 p.m. ET

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It has emerged that a Libyan gun smuggler was at the recent Royal Wedding.

Tarek Kaituni, 54, joined guests at St George's Chapel and black tie reception – he brokered secret meetings meetings between Prince Andrew and Colonel Gaddafi.

He mingled with other guests at Eugenie's wedding who were oblivious of who he actually was.

Prince Andrew became involved with Kaituni, who has US citizenship, back in 2005.

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It is understood all of Andrew's known meetings with Gaddafi were private and none of them were arranged by the UK 'sTrade and Investment for whom he worked as a special trade envoy.

His presence at Friday's wedding will raise further questions about the Andrew's judgment regarding the company that he keeps.

Kaituni is understood to have joined the 800 guests at St George's Chapel, Windsor, for the wedding of Andrew's daughter Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank.

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Later he was a guest at the exclusive black-tie reception for the couple's closest friends and family at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

It has also emerged that disgraced banker Harry Keough, 57, also attended the wedding.

He left prestigious Coutts bank earlier this year after allegations that he inappropriately touched a young female staff member.

It was claimed his antics were so toxic that some oter female staff refused to work with him.

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