As preparations continue for Charles and Camilla’s coronation which will take place on May 6, the British royal family has been embroiled in several controversies, mostly all related to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the release of the Netflix documentary and then the release of Harry’s memoir. However, there is one uncomfortable rumor that is unpleasant for the Windsors, especially for the Princess of Wales: the attendance at the coronation of Prince William’s alleged mistress.
According to the sensationalist portal Music Mundial, Kate Middleton has imposed on King Charles III a condition for the day of his coronation. Specifically, Kate wants to avoid at all costs Rose Hanbury, who has been branded as William’s mistress.
Rose Hanbury: Kate Middleton’s demand to King Charles III
After King Charles III appointed Rose Hanbury’s husband, David, VII Marquess of Cholmondeley as his private secretary, and their son as his page boy, the former model would be very close to Kate Middleton on the coronation day.
According to the mentioned sensationalist media, “the Princess of Wales demanded to her father-in-law the condition of not coinciding with Rose Hanbury in the coronation since it would be a lack of respect for her” which would make her feel very humiliated.
The portal, which is based on anonymous sources without provenance and without any endorsement claims that Kate demanded Charles to keep her away from her “enemy”, and that she did not want to have to fulfill any obligation at the event that would bring her closer to her. He also does not want her to be close to Prince William.
It should be recalled that this tabloid portal was the first to publish that William and Rose had an alleged romantic date on Valentine’s Day in February 2023.