Kate Middleton imposed a condition for Rose Hanbury, Prince William’s alleged mistress, to attend King Charles III’s coronation

Millions of people will be in anticipation during the coronation of Charles III of the United Kingdom, to be held on May 6 at Westminster Abbey, because it is the “symbolic climax” of his accession to the throne, which occurred on September 8 last year, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, his mother.

Rose Hanbury, who is rumored to have been Prince Williams’ mistress, will attend the coronation of King Charles III – an appearance that may cause some tension within the royal couple, especially Kate Middleton.

The coronation of King Charles III will take place on Saturday, May 6 at Westminster Abbey. The coronation will be one of the most important events of the century, as it marks the beginning of a new era after more than 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.

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Kate Middleton put a conditions to Rose Hanbury

One of the most anticipated moments will be the arrival of Rose Hanbury, Prince William’s alleged mistress. Several images published on social networks seem to confirm this speculation, as they claim there is a photo between Rose and the Duke of Cambridge kissing.

This infidelity was confirmed by Prince Harry in his book Spare.

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King Charles III insisted that Hanbury attend the coronation and gave his son, Oliver, a prominent role as page boy.

Kate Middleton made it a condition of Rose Hanbury’s attendance at the coronation that she does not want any interaction with her.

Rose is likely to be present not only because she is the wife of David Cholmondeley7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, who was made a Lord of Honor to King Charles, but also because her son, Oliver, will be in charge of holding the King’s robes, along with Prince George.

Another friend of the royal family told The Daily Beast that it would be “unimaginable” for David Cholmondeley not to be at the coronation with his wife.