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Steve Jones had sex in Buckingham Palace

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Steve Jones claims he and wife Phylicia had sex in a bathroom at Buckingham Palace. © Provided by Bang Steve Jones claims he and wife Phylicia had sex in a bathroom at Buckingham Palace.

Steve Jones had sex in Buckingham Palace.

The 39-year-old presenter claims he and wife Phylicia got frisky in a bathroom at the royal residence, which they were visiting for a charity event.

Asked the most famous house he's been in on 'Through The Keyhole', he said: ''Buckingham Palace. For like a charity thing, I took my wife with me and we had sex in the bathroom.''

Host Keith Lemon asked: ''Did you really?''

And Steve - who has previously been romantically linked with the likes of Pamela Anderson and Halle Berry - simply nodded in reply.

The former 'X Factor USA' host and Phylicia tied the knot in 2014 just a month after getting engaged, but the presenter previously admitted he wants to marry her over and over again.

He said:''The problem though is that Phylicia's so fantastic I want to keep marrying her.

''I love her so much that I keep thinking, 'Right, I'm going to propose in this moment, because she's so perfect'. Then I think, 'Oh wait a minute, she's already my wife!' ''

Steve's revelation comes after Robbie Williams revealed he had once smoked marijuana in Queen Elizabeth's London home.

He said: ''Threw up in Buckingham Palace? No. But I smoked a spliff in Buckingham Palace.''

And Robbie isn't the only person to do drugs in the Palace as Stephen Fry revealed he took cocaine in there too, as well as the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

Detailing the time in his autobiography 'More Fool Me' in 2014, he said: ''There is no getting away from it. I am confessing to having broken the law and consumed, in public places, Class A sanctioned drugs. I have brought, you might say, gorgeous palaces, noble properties and elegant honest establishments into squalid disrepute.''

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