Rose Hanbury denies her relationship with William of England with a brief statement: “It’s all false”

The Marchioness of Cholmondeley has been in the eye of the hurricane for days due to some old rumors that question the nature of her relationship with the Prince William of England. Tired of gossip, Lady Rose Hanbury has denied the information this Monday with a resounding statement that his lawyers have transmitted to the Business Insider: “Everything is false”.

The statement thus denies that between Lady Rose and Prince William there exists or has ever existed something more than a friendship and also the alleged confrontation that the marchioness would have had with Kate Middleton in 2019 as a result of said rumors, which claimed that the Princess of Wales had ended her relationship with the aristocrat.

Rose Hanbury is married to the aristocrat and filmmaker David Rocksavage, 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley. Her husband is 23 years older than her and has a fortune of around 100 million euros. The wedding took place in 2009, while she was pregnant with her twins, Alexander Hugh y Oliver Timothy. Years later, they welcomed their third daughter, Iris.

Lady Rose has been linked to the British Royal House since she was a child because her grandmother, Lady Elizabeth Lambert, was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth II of England at her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947. Her grandfather, Marshal Rudolph Lambart, Earl of Cavan, had a great relationship with the kings. She, who met Guillermo as a child, worked in the world of fashion, where she began her career at the age of 17. She signed with the prestigious Storm Models agency, which represented models such as Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford and Monica Bellucci, and went on to star in some campaigns for the Miu Miu and Pomplin brands. However, at 19 she met her husband and after marrying, she became part of the Turnip Clan, as the circle of friends of the princes of Wales is known, a group of young and rich aristocrats who share seasons in an exclusive English countryside area.