UK press mostly silent on the matter of Prince William’s alleged affair; Twitter ablaze – Boing Boing
Odd how the British tabloids are constantly saying that Meghan Markle is ruining the royal family, by doing awful inappropriate things such as closing her own car door, yet are so very quiet concerning Prince William’s supposed affair with his wife’s bestie.
We’ll quickly introduce the Marchioness of Cholmondeley (pronounced Chumley).
She is the woman at the center of a very royal scandal that has it all: a future monarch with a wandering eye; an elite social circle in the idyllic English countryside; and a strange silence from the British tabloids, who usually leap on every royal misstep (as evidenced by their cruel treatment of Duchess Meghan every other day for the last year.)
Her name is Rose Hanbury, a former model married to the Marquess of Cholmondeley, who is 23 years older than her. Rose already has her own well-established royal connections: her grandmother was bridesmaid at Queen Elizabeth II‘s wedding in 1947.
British press: When you’re a royal and we pay your taxes, all parts of your life are up for grabs. How dare Harry and Meagan not share details about the birth of their child?!!
Also British press: Prince William’s alleged infidelity w/ Kate’s best friend is a private matter. pic.twitter.com/OL3Nhpw5FE
— April (@ReignOfApril) April 25, 2019
Props must go to The Sun for hinting at it; but it’s American media that make the hay today.
That barely-hairline-having cretin Prince William was really out here smashing some other commoner’s crumpets & biscuits to smithereens while keeping Madam Kate perpetually pregnant with some colonizer infant that will likely inherit his unreliable hairline & I HAVE TO GUFFAW. pic.twitter.com/tVhXK4Vxaj
— Ser Clarkisha Kent of Petty Rock (@IWriteAllDay_) April 25, 2019
So Prince William is allowed to keep his wayward behaviour private but Meghan isn’t entitled to keep her child out of the press??
You people are genuinely mad and you have nobody to tell you.
— Kelechi Okafor (@kelechnekoff) April 24, 2019
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