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Most of the allegations were denied by Buckingham Palace.

But aides tellingly declined to comment on the existence of Beatrice’s necklace, which has been acknowledged by Kaituni and places Andrew much closer to Kaituni than previously thought, despite the Libyan’s closeness to Colonel Gadaffi and his convictions for gun smuggling and drugs offences.

Tarek Kaituni gave the young royal a gold pendant with a solitaire diamond after he was invited by Prince Andrew to her 21st birthday party in Spain in August 2009, his former girlfriend has revealed.

Manel Hamrouni spoke out for the first time this weekend – and claimed Andrew played a role in introducing his friend Kaituni to representatives of the Greater Manchester-based water treatment firm Biwater, who he had met during an official trip to Libya in his role as UK trade envoy in 2007.

But within months of the troops arriving at Bassingbourn Barracks in June, they were sent back to Libya in disgrace amid allegations of rape and sexual assault, as well as reports of drunken vandalism and fighting.

Moahmoud and Abugtila, who were among 300 Libyan trainees stationed at Bassingbourn, had denied rape and aiding and abetting rape but were found guilty at Cambridge Crown Court on Friday after a trial.

Three other Libyan soldiers from the same base, Ibrahim El Maarfi, 21, Mohammed Abdalsalam, 27, and Khaled El Azibi, 19, were also jailed for sexually attacking four women in the same night in Cambridge last October.

After the rape allegations came to light in November, 300 of the Libyan troops - a mix of established armed forces, new recruits and former revolutionaries - were sent home early, amid further reports of disturbances around the base and a 'collapse of discipline' on it.

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