Before meeting Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William had a cyber relationship with a famous singer.
Fox News recently revisited Prince William’s previous relationship by sharing an article featuring Britney Spears. The Princess of Pop was allowed to become Queen Consort of England by the Duke of Cambridge.
The interview in question occurred in 2002 when the “Toxic” singer revealed to Frank Skinner that she had a “cyber relationship” with Prince William when they were both teenagers. She went on to say that they communicated via email and that their relationship blossomed even more online.
Spears, who was only 20 at the interview, revealed that when she was in London, she invited the royal to dinner. However, he never arrived.
“We exchanged e-mails for a little bit and he was supposed to come and see me somewhere but it didn’t work out.”
Skinner asked if Prince William had blown her out, and she replied, “Yes.”
On the other hand, Buckingham Palace denied Spears’ claim, claiming that the royal prince had no romantic relationship with the singer.
In the meantime, Prince William began dating his now-wife, Kate, in 2003. They divorced briefly in 2007 but eventually reconciled and married in April 2011.
Years ago, it was revealed why Prince William and Kate split up in 2007.
When the Duchess caught Prince William partying and flirting with several girls near his military training base in London in 2007, she said the “love affair had run its course.” In her 2010 book “William and Harry,” the royal author detailed how the Duchess of Cambridge issued a final warning to her now-husband, but Prince William suggested splitting.
Despite the breakup, the late Prince Philip supported Kate, saying that his grandson would undoubtedly present a ring when the time was right.
However, even after their marriage, there were reports that Prince William had cheated on her. Rose Hansbury, a close friend of Kate’s, became involved in the buzz. According to the reports, the royal prince cheated on his wife while she was pregnant with Prince Louis.
Alex Tiffin also tweeted about the scandal, accusing the royal family of concealing the truth.