The news that a few days ago rocked the British monarchy has disappeared from the main news portals in the United Kingdom. The alleged infidelity of Prince William, 40, to Kate Middleton, 41, occupied the main headlines of British tabloids, but now nothing is published.
The alleged relationship between William with Rose Hanbury, provoked many comments on social media. According to information published in the tabloids, the future king began the relationship with the former model when Kate was pregnant with their third child, Prince Louis. They also reported that William spent Valentine’s Day with Rose at an intimate dinner in an elegant restaurant in London.
In 2019, some images were published of Prince William at a private party with Rose with a very affectionate attitude. From that moment, the rumor of infidelity increased. It also became known that the contact between Hanbury and Kate was nipped in the bud and they have not coincided again in any event after the publication of those images.
Why did the news of Prince William and Rose Hanbury disappear?
After the last reports about William and his mistress the British tabloids withdrew the information without leaving any trace on the internet. As if it had never existed.
The first theory that explains this behavior of the British press is that Buckingham Palace would be behind the removal of the information. The task is to maintain the image of solid and stable marriage that William and Kate have formed over the years.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are not just any family members, William in the future will be king and Kate the queen consort. The Palace could have appealed to the so-called ‘super-injunction’, a legal tool resorted to by the most powerful individuals and corporations when they want to silence the media.
Injunctions are court orders that prevent the publication of certain information that infringes on an individual’s privacy. But the ‘super-injunction’ goes further. It is a gag order so restrictive that it prohibits mentioning itself.
In this case, the media cannot make statements of any kind, affirm or deny, that they have been victims of this “super-injunction.”
However, beyond censorship, one of the real chroniclers of The Daily Mail has stated that this is fake news.
“These damaging rumors are simply untrue. At the time, legal action was contemplated, but as no evidence has been provided, it has been decided to ignore them,” said the journalist.
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the British monarchy seems to be in a state of transition, despite the coronation of Charles III, the weight of the crown falls on the young couple formed by Kate and William, any scandal affecting their image will be controlled and even eliminated.