Royal fans believe that there was a reason why it was reported that Prince William cheated on Kate Middleton.

Earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s marriage was tested when reports about the future king’s alleged infidelity made headlines. Prince William was linked to Rose Hansbury. 

In this forum, many believed that Prince William didn’t cheat on his wife. According to several users, he looks happy for a married man. One netizen believes that the rumors were done on purpose – to sell papers.

“No …. He is so clearly in love with his wife so why would he ? It’s just tabloid nonsense to sell papers… happy couples don’t sell papers,” Jessica Klarheden wrote.

“Plus no one seems to have any proof ? Do you honestly think that would be case if he had done it ? And he knows first hand what it does to children and family’s when parents cheat. He will not risk that on his own family… so stop this slander!”

“I don’t believe that Prince William did cheat on his wife Catherine.  When one of the tabloids The Sun first spoke of a break of friendship with Catherine and her former friend Rose and said Prince William was the supposed peace maker, it was obvious they were trying to allude to an affair,” Ree Connell added.

Royal followers are confident with Prince William’s relationship with Middleton. Another netizen insisted that there was no affair because Prince William was too intelligent to be unfaithful to his wife.

In related news, Prince Harry sued The Sun and The Mirror after announcing that they also filed a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday. Just recently, The Sun issued an apology after falsely reporting that Prince Harry and Markle banned their staff from using a car park near Frogmore Cottage.

The tabloid corrected its report by saying that the changes were not requested by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and apologized for the trouble their report caused.

Kate Middleton and Prince William Prince William and Kate Middleton attend the 1st Battalion Irish Guards St Patrick's Day Parade at Cavalry Barracks on March 17, 2019 in Hounslow, England. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Fuller