Is Prince William’s alleged mistress, Rose Hanbury, now part of British royalty, after ousting Kate Middleton?!
Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!
Claim : Rose Hanbury Now Royalty, Ousting Kate Middleton!
People are sharing a Music Mundial article which claims that Prince William’s alleged mistress, Rose Hanbury, has been accepted into the royal family, and has replaced Kate Middleton!
Here is the viral Music Mundial article. Please feel free to skip to the next section for the facts!
Prince William’s alleged mistress to be part of royalty and Kate Middleton decides to walk away
In recent days, it has been revealed that Rose Hanbury, the alleged mistress of the future monarch of the United Kingdom, will have a much more active presence in the crown, which would not have pleased the Princess of Wales. The scandal that befalls the marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William continues to take root in the daily lives of the members of the British royal family.
David Cholmondeley, Rose Hanbury’s husband, has recently been promoted to Lord-in-Waiting, which is a post akin to King Charles III’s top-secret status, according to information made public by the British newspaper Daily Mail.
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Truth : Rose Hanbury Not Part Of Royalty, Did Not Oust Kate Middleton!
This is yet another example of celebrity FAKE NEWS created to generate page views, and here are the reasons why…
Fact #1 : Rose Hanbury Affair Rumour Started In 2019
For those who are trying to figure out what’s going on, here’s a quick recap.
Rumours of an affair between Prince William and Rose Hanbury started in April 2019, after American magazine In Touch claimed that Prince William cheated on Kate Middleton during her pregnancy with their third child, Prince Louis. Allegedly, Kate confronted William, who apparently “laughed it off saying there was nothing to it“.
British socialite and Times food critic, Giles Coren, also tweeted about the affair, claiming that it was an open secret.
Fact #2 : No Evidence Of Rose Hanbury Affair With Prince William
While it is possible that Prince William was or is still having an affair with Rose Hanbury (anything is possible, after all), there was no actual evidence to back up those claims.
In fact, Daily Mail’s royal reporter, Richard Kay, called the In Touch claims fake news back then, and said that both Rose Hanbury and Kate Middleton considered taking legal action.
Both sides have considered legal action, but because none of the reports have been able to offer any evidence about what the so-called dispute is about, they have chosen to ignore it…. These hurtful rumors of a fallout are simply false.
Giles Cohen himself quickly deleted his infamous tweet, and later insisted on January 3, 2022 that he was drunk tweeting in jest!
You can read more about this in my earlier article, Are Prince William + Kate Middleton Getting A Divorce?!
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Fact #3 : Music Mundial Offered No Evidence
For its part, Music Mundial offered ZERO evidence to back up its claims that Rose Hanbury is now part of the royal family, and has ousted Kate Middleton!
In fact, its story that Kate Middleton divorced Prince William and moved out of Buckingham Palace was already shown to be false earlier!
Music Mundial also falsely claimed earlier that King Charles III appointed Rose Hanbury’s husband as his private secretary, even though it has already been publicly announced on 17 March that he was appointed as Lord-in-Waiting!
Fact #4 : Lord-in-Waiting Appointment Does Not Make Rose Hanbury Royalty
Music Mundial appears to claim that Rose Hanbury has been accepted into the British royal family because her husband – the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, David Cholmondeley, was appointed as King Charles III’s Lord-in-Waiting.
That is utter nonsense. King Charles appointed the Marquess of Cholmondeley as his Lord-in-Waiting, but that does not make his wife, Rose Hanbury, part of the royal family. Just like how hiring a driver does not make his wife a part of your family!
Fact #5 : Kate Middleton Did Not Live In Buckingham Palace
The claim that Kate Middleton moved out of Buckingham Palace is easily dismissed, because she doesn’t even live there.
When in London, Prince William and Kate Middleton live in Apartment 1A in the Kensington Palace. But in June 2022, they moved to the Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, to be closer to their children’s school in Berkshire.
They still maintain their home and offices in the Kensington Palace for whenever they are in London, but for most parts, they now live in Windsor.
Fact #6 : This Is Just Music Mundial Fake News
This appears to be nothing more than yet another example of celebrity fake news posted by Music Mundial. Here are examples of Music Mundial fake news that I looked into:
- Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family?!
- Did Park Jimin Admit Some BTS Members Are Married?!
- Are Prince William + Kate Middleton Getting A Divorce?!
Everything Music Mundial posts should be considered as fake news, until proven otherwise.
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