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What's Come Out About Prince William's Cheating Scandal
By MARIEL LOVELAND
Who is Rose Hanbury?
Rose Hanbury, the Marchioness of Cholmondeley — a Marchioness is the wife of a Marquess, an aristocratic title below the Duke — is part of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Norfolk friend group dubbed the “Turnip Toffs.” She’s a former model, and her husband David Rocksavage has inherited an estate worth an estimated £112 million.
A ROyal Falling-out
Rumors of a royal affair between William and Rose emerged from a Daily Mail report claiming Kate Middleton saw Rose Hanbury as her “rural rival.” The Sun claimed Middleton wanted Hanbury “phased out” of their friends' group following a massive falling out, as Prince William tried handling the situation.
Growing Suspicion
Prince William acted weird about the rumors of the affair, going against the official royal protocol of ignoring untrue stories at any cost. Prince William allegedly considered legal action before news of the supposed affair was even brought into the mix, which raises suspicions about his motives behind acting in this manner.
The Mainstream Report
According to In Touch, which was the first mainstream magazine to report Will’s alleged affair with Hanbury, the two allegedly became intimate when Kate was pregnant with their third child. Middleton “immediately confronted” William when she heard the rumors and “ordered” him to “stop socializing with the Cholmondeleys,” which caused the fallout, although the credibility is questionable.
Rumors Confirmed
The rumors were furthered when The Times of London staff writer Giles Coren confirmed the reports on Twitter by tweeting, “It is an affair.” Coren, who is known for his habit of stirring up controversy, swiftly deleted the tweet afterwards, and almost no other mainstream British tabloid has perpetuated the rumor.