Prince William has been accused of cheating on Kate Middleton with their boyfriend

Well, here we go again! The internet has once again been awash with (probably false) rumors that Prince William is having an affair and cheating on Kate Middleton. The last time we covered all of this was in 2019, when tabloids became obsessed with an “argue” involving Kate, William, and a family friend named Rose Hanbury, who is the Marchioness of Cholmondeley (which is somehow pronounced as “Chumley”). The Cambridges have never publicly commented on the ordeal, but if you’re confused about these rumours, the phrase ‘rural rival’, and a new @Deuxmoi tip with #princeofpegging trending on Twitter, we’ve got you.

Okay, first some background on the original rumors

US publication In contact reported in April 2019 that William be able to having had an affair with Rose, and that when Kate supposedly confronted him about it, he apparently “laughed it off by saying there was nothing wrong.”

Again, nothing has been confirmed and there is no real public evidence that William cheated on Kate, so these reports were shaky at best. And according to the Daily mailRoyal reporter Richard Kay, it’s all fake news. He wrote:

“Both sides have considered legal action, but as none of the reports have been able to provide any evidence as to what the alleged dispute is about, they have chosen to ignore it…. These hurtful rumors of a fallout are simply false .”

So, who exactly is Rose?

She is a former model and current Marchioness who lives with her husband, film director David Rocksavage, in Norfolk, England. (For the uninitiated, Google says a marquise is the wife of someone who is just below a duke in the British peer system.)

Rose’s house is quite close to Kate and William’s mansion in Anmer Hall, and they live in the same social circles. Since Rose lives in the countryside, that’s probably why the British tabloid The sun began referring to her as Kate’s “rural rival” once things turned sour.

So, what went wrong between them? In March 2019, The sun reported that Kate was upset about a story that claimed she told William to have Rose “weaseled” from their circle because she and Rose had allegedly argued. Other than that, tbd!

What’s up with the @Deuxmoi tip, you ask?

Basically, a tipster wrote in the gossip report and claimed (emphasis on so-called, as @deuxmoi is the first to point out, these tips are completely unverifiable and sometimes baseless) that a member of the British Royal Family’s extramarital affair is an “open secret” and that the reason for the affair is the “love of the royal family”. from pins.” Hence #princeofpegging trending on Twitter.

Obviously this could a) be completely wrong and b) be about another member of the royal family. But the internet seems to focus on our dude William, probably because he’s been plagued by rumors of fake affairs before.

Tell me more about this legal action…

Okay, this is where it gets a little tricky. Although Richard said there are no pending legal action from the royal family at this time, the daily beast claimed otherwise. In a report, the outlet said they “understand there was pressure from the palace” to remove rumors of affairs from staff writer Giles Coren’s Twitter. If you’re wondering what Giles of? The Times of LondonThe tweet reportedly went something like this: “Yeah, it’s an affair. I haven’t read the piece, but I know about the affair. Everyone knows about the affair, honey.’ Eek!

Even scarier, The Daily Beast reports that at least one British publication had received “legal warnings after details of the rumors were published by the royal family’s lawyers of their choice.”

One of the letters from the royals’ lawyers is said to have stated:

“The publication of false speculations regarding the private lives of our customers is not only false and very harmful, but also constitutes an invasion of his privacy under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.”

So what’s the truth?

No one but William, Kate and Rose really know what happened – if anything has happened – but the British tabloids definitely need to be extra careful (as they should be) in deciding what to report or they might still get more papers.

After all, according to The sun‘s royal editor, Duncan Larcombe, “While traditionally the British royal family would not take specific legal action… William and Harry are willing to do it their own way.”

That said, when the royals received Donald Trump at the palace in June, Rose was there! (She went to an event with her husband because it’s his job to go to these kinds of events.) Kate and Rose weren’t together, but being in the same room is clearly a good sign that there isn’t a grudge between them.

Photo credit: WPA Pool - Getty Images

Photo credit: WPA Pool – Getty Images

Anyway, a source finally told me Us WeeklyYes that “The affair rumors turned out to be a good thing for them in the end. Kate, of course, finds the rumors hurtful and hates the thought that her kids will one day be able to read about them online… It forced her and William to sit back and examine their relationship, which they realized they should have done. more often.”

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