An ex-Conservative lawmaker who allegedly told one of his victims "I'm a naughty Tory" has been found guilty on three counts of sexual assault.
In 2016 he twice sexually assaulted the parliamentary worker, first attempting to kiss and grope her.
The MP enquired about his guest's sexual interests and implied he was into "bondage and whips" before groping her breasts and trying to kiss her, jurors were told.
The jury of 11, comprising eight women and three men, took two days to reach their verdicts.
The victim said Elphicke was "very animated, excited and clearly enjoying himself".
Natalie supported her husband during court proceedings.
The complainant said that, after the offence took place, Elphicke had told her: "I'm so naughty sometimes".
Elphicke left the court 20 minutes later without commenting and got straight into a waiting cab.
"He had his mouth open, continually trying to kiss me".
Judge Mrs Justice Whipple said: "All options remain on sentencing including the possibility of immediate custodial sentence".
The Crown Prosecution Service said that Mr Elphicke had "abused his power and influence over these women to make unwanted and forceful sexual advances towards them".
Elphicke said he did kiss the first woman but stopped when she did not reciprocate, and while he was "besotted" with the second woman, he said he did not touch her.
She told jurors that she had rejected his advances and that Elphicke said he had "not been happy for years" in his marriage.
Elphicke, a father-of-two, was suspended as a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury - also known as a government whip - on November 3, 2017, after the allegations were made to police.
Metropolitan Police Detective Sergeant Michael McInerney, who gave evidence in the trial, said upon verdict: "These were alarming, distressing incidents for both women and I would like to acknowledge their courage in reporting the incidents and co-operating with the police investigation".
After a day-and-a-half of deliberations Elphicke was found guilty of all three counts.
But, on December 12, 2018, the Conservative whip was reinstated before a confidence vote in Theresa May before, once again, being withdrawn in July when he was charged.