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Kate Middleton Stolen Underwear Story Is Fake News

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Kate Middleton Underwear Stolen Palace

By Holly Nicol |

Kate Middleton Underwear Stolen Palace

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A new tabloid report wrongly claims that Kate Middleton’s underwear was stolen from inside Kensington Palace, but later discovered her maid had taken them after she saw an insect lurking inside her “royal drawers.” Gossip Cop can separate fact from fiction.

The repeatedly discredited National Enquirer blares in a headline, “Shock For Future Queen Kate: Gets Knickers Knocked Off!” In its accompanying article, the publication goes on to claim that Middleton flew into a “royal rage” after she discovered a “prowling pervert” had stolen her underwear. A so-called “royal spy” tells the outlet, “Kate was horrified to learn that her very, very private collection of frilly intimates had vanished from her lingerie drawer.”

Middleton, however, soon “uncovered the naked truth,” purports the magazine’s supposed snitch. “One of her personal maids had taken it upon herself to sneak off with her mistress’ scanties to hand-wash them,” adds the tipster, after she saw a “yucky bug crawling around in the royal drawers.”

Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on this absurd article. Despite the ridiculousness of the Enquirer’s latest fabrication, we checked in with a source close to the situation who assures us the entire report, stuffed with made-up quotes, is 100 percent “not true.” We’re further told by a Middleton confidante that the story about her underwear being stolen is completely “false.” The supermarket tabloid, which routinely publishes inaccurate tales about Middleton, wants its readers to believe it has royal insight, but it certainly does not. It’s all lies.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Gossip Cop has busted the Enquirer for its laughable and inaccurate stories about the Duchess. In March, we called out the publication for falsely alleging Middleton and Prince William play sexy board games together. And shortly before that tall tale, we corrected the outlet for wrongly claiming Middleton was panicking about her “intimate journals” having mysteriously disappeared from her home. Much like those untrue reports, this latest one is equally bogus.

 


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