A new report alleges Prince Charles will never move into Buckingham Palace because he believes it's haunted, but the entire story is made-up. Gossip Cop, however, can reveal the truth. We're told it's "not true."
The ridiculous allegation can be found in the latest issue of the National Enquirer, which reads in an absurd headline, "Prince Charles Spooked Out By Palace Ghosts & Goblins!" In the accompanying story, the magazine's seemingly fake "source" is quoted as saying, "Charles just wants to stay away, thinking he'll never get a night's sleep at Queen mum's castle!" And in bizarrely unnatural language, the outlet's questionable "royal rat" goes on to contend, "He and Camilla are perfectly happy remaining at their Clarence House digs, without having to worry about spirits like the ancient Queen Victoria, and whom-evah, clinking and clanking through Bucks bedchambers during darkest night!"
Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on the outlet's latest claim, which is bursting with seemingly fake and made-up quotes. While the Prince of Wales currently occupies Clarence House, a stone's throw from Buckingham Palace, it has been reported that he will move out of the smaller, royal residence when he becomes King, contrary to the Enquirer's article. "Buckingham Palace will remain the official London residence of the Monarch," a statement from Prince Charles's office said earlier this year.
And despite widespread speculation over how the Prince of Wales will use the palace when he sits on the throne, he certainly doesn't want to "stay away" from the historic palace because of his alleged belief that the residence is "haunted." Notwithstanding the outlet's obvious blunder, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to the situation who assures us the magazine's ridiculous report is 100 percent "not true." It's nothing more than a fabrication.
Of course, we're not remotely surprised by the supermarket tabloid's latest piece of fiction. Remember, Gossip Cop corrected the often disproven publication in August for wrongly claiming in a baseless story that Prince Charles can only reign as King for seven years before handing over the throne to Prince William. That wasn't true, and the same goes for the outlet's most recent concoction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.