Prince Charles NOT Secretly Recording Prince William And Kate Middleton, Despite Report
Prince Charles is NOT secretly recording Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Kensington Palace quarters, despite an absurd webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told there’s “not truth” to it.
According to RadarOnline, Queen Elizabeth has supposedly handpicked her grandson, Prince William, to become the next king when she either abdicates the throne or passes away, despite her son, Prince Charles, being next in line. As a result of this alleged development, the site claims Prince Charles is now trying to dig up dirt on his son that will prevent him from becoming king.
A so-called “source” tells the outlet that security at Prince William and Middleton’s royal residence recently discovered their “phones were tapped and the rooms were bugged,” adding, “At first, a foreign government was suspected. But that was quickly discounted because only people with top security clearance can gain access to William and Kate’s quarters.”
The “source” goes on to claim these supposed recording devices “were traced to agents assigned to Charles and his wife, Camilla.” The site’s seemingly made-up insider then arbitrarily provides the ages of the young royals while saying, “Any dirty laundry gathered on William and Kate, both 34, would be leaked to media outlets.” Of course, most people don’t randomly give out ages during a real conversation.
Regardless of how fake the site’s quotes sound and how absurd this story seems, Gossip Cop still checked in with a palace insider, who assures us there’s “no truth” to the tale. In fact, this report was flawed from the get-go because Queen Elizabeth isn’t actually permitted to choose her successor. British constitutional law indicates her eldest son is next in line to the throne, and she couldn’t skip over Prince Charles even if she wanted to. Suffice to say, nothing about RadarOnline’s article is remotely truthful.