Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family?!

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Is Prince William asking for Rose Hanbury to be accepted into the British royal family?!

Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Claim : Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family!

People are sharing a Music Mundial article which claims that Prince William wants Rose Hanbury to be accepted into the British royal family!

Here is the viral Music Mundial article. Please feel free to skip to the next section for the facts!

Prince William wants Rose Hanbury to be accepted into the royal family

Prince William continues to be in the headlines of the local newspapers. According to a source close to the royal family, the Prince of Wales wants Rose Hanbury to be accepted into the family. However, King Charles III had already made the first move and hired Rose Hanbury’s husband as his new private secretary.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Charles decided to hire David Cholmondely. The British people received the news with skepticism and were left wondering about the consequences this situation could cause in regard to William and Kate Middleton’s marriage.

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No Evidence Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family!

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:

Yes. it is an affair. i haven’t read thee piece but i know about the affair. everyone knows about the affair, darling. even us jews. (although admittedly i’m quite a posh jew – if such a thing exists.

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!

Fake news

Every time the story of Prince William’s supposed affair with Rose Hanbury comes round again in the American press, as it has this week, the first source quoted is always a 2019 tweet from “British royal reporter Giles Coren”.

So can I please just say that, while it was far from being the worst thing I have ever tweeted, I was JOKING.

I know nothing about the royal family! I’d had a boozy lunch talking to fellow hacks about the story and in the cab home went online to blurt: “Yes. it is an affair. i haven’t read thee piece but i know about the affair. everyone knows about the affair, darling. even us jews.”

Just look at it. Look at the spelling. The non-capitalisation. The grizzly ethnic self-identification. It’s hardly Chips bloody Channon, now, is it?

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Prince William Wants Rose Hanbury Accepted Into Royal Family?!

Fact #3 : Music Mundial Offered No Evidence

For its part, Music Mundial offered ZERO evidence to back up its claims that Prince William wants Rose Hanbury to be accepted into the British royal family!

In fact, its story that Kate Middleton divorced Prince William and moved out of Buckingham Palace was already shown to be false earlier!

Fact #4 : Rose Hanbury’s Husband Was Appointed As Lord-in-Waiting

Music Mundial claimed that King Charles III appointed Rose Hanbury’s husband as his private secretary. That’s easily proven false.

King Charles appointed Rose Hanbury’s husband – the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, David Cholmondeley, as his Lord-in-Waiting on 17 March 2023, not as his private secretary.

King Charles’ private secretary remains Sir Clive Alderman KCVO, who served in that capacity since 8 September 2022, and in the same capacity while he was Prince of Wales since 5 February 2015.

As a Lord-in-Waiting, the Marquess of Cholmondeley is expected to attend important state and royal events, as well as represent King Charles III at events that His Majesty is not able to attend.

Fact #5 : 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:

Everything Music Mundial posts should be considered as fake news, until proven otherwise.

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