Rumors of infidelity and separation are spreading fast, affecting Prince William and Kate Middleton. Now, the international press is speculating that the amorous couple could be preparing a love nest in Norfolk.
Recent rumors suggest that the Prince of Wales has decided to move into the luxurious mansion given to him by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. Ironically, the gift was when he married Kate.
It should be noted that an old rumor of infidelity, which began in 2019, revived on February 14, 2023, when the tabloids again linked William with Rose Hanbury, a former model and longtime friend of the Princes of Wales.
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The speculation has taken such force that there is talk that Kate will be preparing everything to reveal the news of her divorce next May.
for a while, According to TerraWilliam is packing his bags to move into Anmer Hall, a holiday mansion located in Norfolk, very close to Houghton Hall, Rose Hanbury’s residence that opens to the public in April.
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When Kate Middleton and Prince William got married, Queen Elizabeth II gave them a million dollar mansion located in Norfolk, UK.
Its name is Anmer Hall and it is an estate that dates back to the 18th century. Curiously, it is located less than seven kilometers from the residence where Rose Hanbury, the prince’s supposed mistress and Kate’s ex-girlfriend, lives. Vanity Fair revealed.
This rural property is away from the city and prying eyes. In addition, it has been renovated to make it more comfortable and habitable. It has 10 rooms as well as outdoor spaces such as a tennis court and a swimming pool.
The entire area is protected against possible flying objects, such as helicopters or drones that could threaten family privacy, when the Princes of Wales go on holiday.