Friends of Blenheim Palace heirs offered £ 50 for him to "upskirt" melancholy as he poured into President Trump's visit

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The heir of Blenheim Palace was told to "upskirt" Melania & # 39; while streaming President Trump's visit to his home.

Aristocrat George Spencer-Churchill, 25, filmed the historic event on his mobile and published the clips online.

    George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, streamed the event live
George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, streamed the event live

But friends of George, who is a distant relative of Winston Churchill, are said to have made a number of badly expressed remarks about the First Lady and her husband.

The Blenheim Palace heir to the elaborate event showed pictures of black tie dinner in Oxfordshire on the evening of Thursday.

"Made In Chelsea Star" Charlie Mills is said to have written: "Zoom in Melania is a *** for me."

Sam Sangster is said to have said "50 pounds for a Molina Upskirt Shot."

The Mail on Sunday reports how a third friend with the username bennstrange added: "There are dirty communists standing in front of your house – shoot them!"

    US First Lady Melania Trump and US President Donald Trump accompany Theresa May and her husband Philip at Blenheim Palace - with George in the background on the phone
US First Lady Melania Trump and US President Donald Trump accompany Theresa May and her husband Philip at Blenheim Palace – with George in the background on the phone

George, who played with Prince Harry Polo, showed his 3,900 Instagram followers the night.

Later he wrote a picture of Donald Trump's helicopter on Instagram and wrote: "Once in a lifetime".

The Mail on Sunday reports that he did not respond to requests to comment, but said his friends said the aristocrat had "done nothing wrong".

Ben, who made the comment on the protesters on the Marquess Feed, told the Sunday mail, "I'm a nice person, but I was upset that everyone was talking about the demonstrators, trying to damage our relationship with our ally. "

President Donald Trump and Melania Trump meet at the Blenheim Palace for dinner with Prime Minister Theresa May


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