Prince William has been accused of cheating on Kate Middleton with Rose Hanbury. Even though the rumors were never confirmed or denied by the royal couple and the palace, one person is convinced that the Duke of Cambridge really had an affair.

On the online forum site Quora, an anonymous source said that there is one obvious indication that Prince William’s cheating actually happened.

“Unlike other obviously false news that gets recycled over and over in trashy tabloids, this one has been actually silenced constantly from getting any UK media traction. It only resurfaces in online comments, in social media and forums on personal accounts and maybe in the US, but never in the UK. To me it’s a sign that the royal PR is making huge efforts to cover it, something they would not do if the accusation were ridiculous and unfounded,” the royal fan said.

The same person added that Middleton and Hanbury had a falling out even though there shouldn’t be any reason for them to fight. The Duchess of Cambridge is the future Queen of the United Kingdom. And Hanbury is another lady of nobility. The two should never be at odds with each other unless due to something as serious as an affair.

“What reason would be strong enough for her to request Rose’s removal from the board they were both members and a chill between them? To me Kate would never do that so upfront unless it would be related to her family to which she is unconditionally loyal,” the royal fan said.

The royal fan also said that Prince William and Prince Harry were suddenly rumored to be feuding shortly after the Duke of Cambridge was linked to Hanbury. It seems as though the stories about the royal siblings’ feud were concocted so that the focus will no longer be on Prince William’s alleged affair.

Photos of the Duchess of Cambridge during the time that the affair was reported also showed her looking glum and upset whenever she was with Prince William.

Prince William and Kate Middleton
Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton are pictured on a five-day visit to Pakistan. AFP/Aamir QURESHI