Just as rumours about a feud between royal sisters-in-law, Kate and Meghan have died down, a new rumour has rocked the Cambridge household.
An article published by The Sun in March suggested that Kate had a major falling out with her good friend Rose Hanbury, Marchioness of Cholmondeley.
Since then, cheating allegations against Prince William have become a trending topic on social media proving the power of fake news.
Here is a breakdown of the royal affair rumours:
Planting the seed
On 22 March, The Sun published an article reporting that Kate, Duchess of Cambridge had a massive falling out with close family friend, Rose Hanbury, Marchioness of Cholmondeley.
According to the report Kate and Rose – who have been friends for years – had a terrible falling out about something and Kate wanted Rose "phased out" of their royal circle. William then reportedly tried to step in to keep the peace.
A source told the publication: "It is well known that Kate and Rose have had a terrible falling out. They used to be close but that is not the case anymore. William wants to play peacemaker so the two couples can remain friends, given they live so close to each other and share many mutual friends.
"But Kate has been clear that she doesn’t want to see them anymore and wants William to phase them out, despite their social status."
Kensington Palace declined The Sun's request for comment.
Who is Rose Hanbury?
Rose Hanbury is a former model, whose paternal grandmother Lady Rose Lambert was a bridesmaid at Queen Elizabeth's wedding to Prince Philip in 1947, Hello! reports
Rose is married to David Rocksavage, the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, and has three children - twins Alexander, Earl of Rocksavage and Oliver, Lord Cholmondeley, and daughter Lady Iris.
The family live at the Palladian Houghton Hall in Norfolk, very nearby to where Kate and William's Norfolk residence.
Rose and David were also both guests (of the Queen) at William and Kate’s wedding in 2011.