TRAMP nightclub was named as the place she was forced to dance with a ‘sweaty’ Prince Andrew.
Here’s the lowdown on the exclusive nightspot at the centre of a scandal rocking the Royal Family.
Where is Tramp?
The private members club is located on Jermyn Street in Mayfair, London, one of the capital’s swankiest areas.
It has been going for more than 50 years having opened right at the end of the swinging 60s.
Jermyn Street is one of the poshest roads in the Big Smoke, lined with top class restaurants, decadent cocktail bars and high end fashion shops.
Tramp describes itself on its website as: “The place to be, the place to be seen, and the place for anyone who is anyone to party from dusk till dawn.”
How much does it cost to join?
To keep up its exclusive feel joining Tramp costs £365 a month plus a £1,000 joining fee.
But simply stumping up the dosh isn’t enough to get inside the salubrious spot.
Applicants also need at least one member but ideally two current members to propose them and support their application.
To enter as either a member or a guest you must also be at least 18-years-old.
Once they’ve joined members have access to the club from 7pm to 5am Tuesday to Saturday.
They will have access to The Terrace, The Gold Room, Zodiac Restaurant, and Disco.
It can also be booked out by members for private functions.
Tramp does not have a formal dress code, but expects “style, flair and finesse from all our members and guests”.
Its websites asks attendees to “dress to impress”, and reserves the right to refuse entry if they aren’t keen on your threads.
Who are some of the famous visitors?
Some famous stories from Tramp’s past include Princes William and Harry being, according to MI5, stalked there by Russian spy Anna Chapman.
Three James Bonds — Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Roger Moore — all having dinner at the same time.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood reportedly trying to introduce himself to Prince while he was chatting to Jon Bon Jovi and being escorted away away by one of his bodyguards.
The King of Sweden pestering the DJ to play ‘Dancing Queen’ by ABBA.
Keith Moon literally swing from the chandeliers (and get a 48hr ban for it) and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson partied the night away in a bikini for her birthday in the 90s.