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29-7-2022  

B y Suman suthar          

The topic of Prince William is presently trending on Twitter for what can only be described as the "wrong" reasons. A social media firestorm has been stoked by a post written in anonymous third-person about an alleged affair involving a member of the British royal family.

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However, Prince William is not mentioned by name in the post. However, the pieces of the puzzle seem to point toward him and the marital strife that followed the alleged affair he had with Rose Hanbury, a long-time acquaintance who is also the Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

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A sensational narrative concerning Prince William and his suspected involvement in an extramarital affair is discussed in the post that was made anonymously on Instagram by an account named Deuxmoi.According to the message, this information is well known in London, as well as among the English nobility and the media.

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The post with the hashtag #PrinceOfPegging makes the allegation that the real reason behind the alleged affair of the British Prince was his love for pegging, which his wife considers to be too old-fashioned to indulge in. Specifically, the post says that the British Prince's love for pegging was the real reason behind the affair.

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The article further said that Prince William's wife did not disapprove of the affair between her husband and another woman.The Deuxmoi is a scandal-driven pseudonymous Instagram account that posts rumours about celebrities on a regular basis. The post may contain mistakes due to the nature of the account's content.

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Nevertheless, regardless of the account, the juicy story ignited Twitter, and the hashtags #PrinceOfPegging and #PrinceWilliamAffair began trending, and they continued to do so throughout the day.The message also encouraged the fanbases, namely Team Sussex and Team Cambridge, to voice their thoughts on the delectable tale.

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