The novelist ex-boyfriend of Lady Gabriella Windsor claims they took the party drug ecstasy at Windsor Castle and swam naked at Buckingham Palace – in the Queen’s swimming pool.

Aatish Taseer, 38, dated the daughter of the Queen’s first cousin – Princess Michael of Kent – for three years in the 2000s and was frequently invited back to Kensington Palace, where they took MDMA, he claims.

Lady Gabriella, who’s 50th in line to the British throne, has found herself the subject of a shocking article in Vanity Fair by her ex, in which he claims that the "royals and Nazis go together like blini and caviar."

Speaking of the impending marriage of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Taseer claims that Princess Michael "was of the firm belief that it was a bad idea for royalty to marry commoners".

He also alleges that the Lady Gabriella’s mother owned two black sheep at her former Gloucestershire home named Venus and Serena – named after the two tennis sisters.

Within the explosive article he claims: "In a louche past life, I was almost a member of the British royal family.

"In the early 2000s, I dated Ella Windsor, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.

"Prince Michael was first cousin to the Queen and married to the unpopular Princess Michael, whom the British press had labeled ‘Princess Pushy.’

"For three surreal years, Ella and I hung about Kensington Palace; we swam naked in the Queen’s pool in Buckingham Palace; we did MDMA in Windsor Castle; and we had scrapes with the British press."

He doesn’t provide any further details on these claims.

He also said when he would arrive at the family’s five-bedroom royal apartment in Kensington Palace "policemen with walkie-talkies would wave me in with what sounded like the first line of a limerick, ‘Ah, you’re the Indian fella who’s going with Gabriella.’"

During his relationship with Lady Gabriella he claimed the "cozy crowned heads of small Eastern European countries cooked us lamb chops late at night and told us tales of Nazis and Communists."

A friend of Ella, as she is known to her friends, reportedly described the article is "fiction," adding: "Aatish is a novelist. He has an active imagination."

Within the piece he writes at length about Princess Michael – dubbed Princess Pushy for her imperious ways.

Speaking about her denials of racism, he says: "I would have liked to believe her, but I had my doubts…royals and Nazis go together like blini and caviar…everyone above a certain age in Britain is at least a tiny bit racist."

Taseer – who once dressed up as a sexual health campaigner called Captain Condom – was close to marrying Lady Gabriella, now 37, and touches on what Princess Michael said to him at the time.

Writing in Vanity Fair , he said: ‘It’s all very well Ella marrying Mr Taseer from India, or Pakistan … No one knows what to do with that.

‘But the moment the girl down the road thinks she can be Princess, or Queen, it’s all over.’ The mystery is gone.’

Touching on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s impending royal wedding in the piece, of Princess Michael he commented: "She was of the firm belief that it was a bad idea for royalty to marry commoners."

He also claimed a friend of Princess Michael’s once told him: ‘The British don’t like foreigners coming over and stealing their princes.’

He also claimed that during his time with Lady Gabriella – who he met at his won housewarming party in New York – his "enduring memory of the Windsors was of constant cutbacks and reduced circumstances."

He added: "To fly with royalty was to fly EasyJet.

"On the flight back from Sardinia, a velvet rope cordoned off the first row alone, behind which Their Royal Highnesses—Prince and Princess Michael—sat with Ella and me.

"A moment of silence ensued, then there was a dull roar on the Jetway, and a planeload of lobster-red British tourists poured onto the flight, muttering, ‘Wot’s this, wot’s this?,’ as they rushed past the grandson of George V, Emperor of India."

Lady Gabriella Windsor shares her birthday with newborn Prince Louis Arthur Charles.

She was born on April 23 in 1981 – also in the Lindo Wing, and celebrated turning 37 earlier this week.

She now works as a freelance writer with work published in several national newspapers and magazines.

MirrorOnline has attempted to contact Buckingham Palace for comment.

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