Prince William Attends the Wedding of his Former Fling Rose Farquhar Whom He Dated in 2000!
- Prince William appeared solo at the wedding of his former girlfriend Rose Farquhar in Gloucestershire.
- William and Rose had a short romance in 2000, years before he met Catherine.
- The exes first met at the Beaufort Polo Club after he graduated from Eton.
Prince William attends ex-Rose Farquhar’s wedding without Princess Catherine
Prince William proved that exes can be friends when he attended his ex-Rose Farquhar‘s wedding in Gloucestershire on Saturday.
The Prince attended Rose wedding solo, who was reportedly his serious girlfriend, without Princess Catherine.
William, 40, looked handsome in a classic black tuxedo with a bowtie.
The prince sneaked in through the back door of the church to see his friend wed the love of her life.
Farquhar wed her boyfriend, George Gemmell at the St Mary the Virgin Church where many aristocrats were present. The groom is the stepson of the late Barbadian building tycoon Sir Charles Williams.
Meanwhile, the bride is the daughter of Captain Ian Farquhar, a former equerry to the late Queen’s mother.
William and Rose reportedly met at the Beaufort Polo Club for the first time after the future king completed his A-levels from the prestigious Eton College. A publication also claimed that the then-lovers were once caught canoodling in a field.
Their romance became short-lived when Farquhar moved to the states to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute and later made her appearance at The Voice UK in 2016.
Princess Catherine did not attend the wedding with her husband.
Prince William chooses to stay silent despite Harry and Meghan’s constant claims
The Prince of Wales looked calm and cheerful despite Netflix’s release of Harry and Meghan’s bombshell docuseries where Harry accused his older brother of screaming and shouting at him during a family argument.
The Duke of Sussex claimed:
“It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father [King Charles III] say things that just simply weren’t true, and my grandmother [Queen Elizabeth II] quietly sit there and just take it all in,”
In the six-episode docuseries, the royal also accuses Buckingham Palace aides of using Meghan as a scapegoat to draw the press’ attention from the negativity about other controversial members of the royal family.
Despite all the allegations, Buckingham Palace hasn’t yet commented on the couple’s series. Many of the palace insiders say that William and Catherine have chosen not to watch the show.
One insider said:
“William and Kate’s aides have briefed them on the show, but don’t expect the couple to sit down in their cottage with a bowl of popcorn to tune in themselves,”
Harry and Meghan’s accusations will not easily break the royal family as the senior royals showed a united appearance at the Princess of Wales’ Together at Christmas concert at Westminster Abbey.
The second annual event which is a sponsorship of the Royal Foundation paid a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on September 8. She was 96.
This is the Royals’ first Christmas without her Majesty.
The event was a success with many important members of the family in attendance like King Charles, Queen consort Camilla, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, The Countess of Wessex, Prince Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, and the Middletons.