Prince William and Kate Middleton didn't try to "hide marriage tension" at Pippa Middleton's wedding, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this factually untrue and seemingly fabricated story. We're told it's "false."
According to RadarOnline, which has published a slew of inaccurate articles about the royals, Middleton and Prince William did their "best to cover up their marriage trouble" at her sister's wedding. The repeatedly disproven webloid goes on to maintain that Middleton "still hasn't forgiven him." For what?
The site claims Prince William is still supposedly in "the doghouse" for his March ski trip in Switzerland during which, alleges the outlet, he was caught "acting flirty." The webloid also asserts the royals are in "marriage counseling." "Kate's really struggling to forgive him," a so-called tells the blog, adding that she was "humiliated" and him being publicly attentive to her is "part of the therapy... to repair the damage." Still, contends the often wrong website, there was "tension" at Pippa's nuptials.
A few points need to be made. So, if Prince William acts attentive to his wife it's nothing more than an act, but if he's not outwardly lovey dovey (which the royals never are), there's "tension" in their marriage? While there's no "doghouse" that Prince William is supposedly in, there sure is a lot of dog poop here masquerading as reporting.
It's interesting that the occasionally discredited RadarOnline is the only outlet claiming there was "tension" between Middleton and Prince William at the wedding. None of the reputable British papers have made this assertion. Additionally, the site's story is predicated on a lie, upon which it has heaped a series of more lies.
Pretty much everyone except RadarOnline knows that Prince William did not get "flirty" with anyone while skiing in March. Even though it was reported that Prince William hung out with an Australian model named Sophie Taylor during his trip with buddies, legitimate outlets noted nothing untoward happened, and that the woman was there with her boyfriend. But this is all coming from the same blog that reported 14 months ago Middleton had a "baby bump" and was "expecting royal baby #3."
That was a lie, and so was the outlet's initial coverage of the future king's ski trip. At the time, Gossip Cop busted the site for falsely reporting Prince William was caught cheating on Middleton with Taylor. Since then, the blog has published a number of articles wrongly alleging the Duchess is upset with her husband, and that Prince William and Middleton are in marriage counseling. But all those assertions are untrue, much like the latest story about Prince William and Middleton exhibiting "marriage tension" at Pippa's wedding. A royal insider assures Gossip Cop that claim and several other details are entirely "false."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.