Kay explained: “Savile had this place, one of his many bolt holes that he had dotted around the country.
“And Charles, paying homage to Jimmy Savile at his home in Glencoe. It was an utterly bizarre situation. “Savile had these women dressed up in waitress pinafores to serve them tea.”
There’s no suggestion that Prince Charles or his staff were aware of Saville’s offending.
Clarence House has been contacted for comment.
After his death, 214 crimes against Savile were recorded but the NSPCC puts the number of reports of sexual abuse relating to him at 500.
Saville Portrait of a Predator aired on ITV on Thursday at 9pm.