Since the rumor about the alleged affair between Prince William and Rose Hanbury began, the suspicion that the marchioness Cholmondeley and her husband David George Philip, seventh Marquess of Cholmondeley, had separated also increased.
Last September, the marquess was removed from his position in the British Royal Household after 30 years of service.
In his job, he was in charge of guiding Queen Elizabeth II in the most important moments of her mandate and accompanying her in the coronations, as well as in the opening and closing of the parliament.
With the accession of Charles to the throne, the position of the Marquess of Cholmondeley has been filled by the seventh Lord Carrington.
Rose Hanbury and her husband divorce
Although there is nothing confirmed, some media such as Irish Mail report that Hanbury would have separated from her husband for some time for unknown reasons, but some people close to the couple claim that it was because of the son of King Charles III.
Rumors also increased because, in the last public appearances or events related to the royal family, Rose was alone. In 2019, the marquise was seen attending a state dinner of Donald Trump without a wedding ring, and in 2021 was also seen without it. The couple reportedly separated after 10 years of marriage and three children together.
The same media outlet notes that her close friends claim Rose feels “lonely” and “increasingly isolated.” “People are worried about her.”
Is Rose Hanbury still married?
Yes, and despite what is published, Hanbury currently lives in the impressive Houghton Hall in Norfolk, a property with more than 106 rooms and belongs to her husband’s family.