The first suggestion that frost could be formed over the relationship between the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge and some of their high-born friends in Norfolk, came when the Duchess greeting said that an earlier model believed she was "a rival with her The land crown. "
So yesterday, it was reported that the Duchess had instructed her husband to banish the violent female friend from their social circle – after a" terrible "fall out.
Kate and William had long been thought of close friends of their Norfolk neighbors, Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley – he, a 57-year-old Etonian, she is a 35-year-old former model.
But speculation about a serious split between Kate and Marchioness's former model Rose Hanbury ̵
In their Devon home yesterday, Rose's parents, Tim and Emma Hanbury, remained dense and expressed surprise, but made no comment.
So who is the Norfolk beauty that the future queen wants to phase out of her social
Rose Hanbury, 35, Marchioness of Cholmondeley, is pictured with William and Kate on a gala dinner in support of East Anglias Children's Hospice Nook Appeal
Described most frequently as a "requesting socialite", the quiet Rose Hanbury, Marchioness of Cholmondeley, has always commanded attention. As a famous community beauty and former model with an impeccable aristocratic pedigree, there was no shortage of riders for her hand, including once rumors of a young Prince William.
That the credit eventually fell to charismatic David Rocksavage on the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley – a wealthy Old Etonian 23-year-old her senior – may have raised a couple of eyebrows on the London scene, especially as they married only two days after Have announced not only their commitment but that Rose was pregnant with twins.
But there is no doubt that the family, now comprising nine-year-old twins Alexander and Oliver and Iris, three, are today toast of their northern Norfolk enclave.
Ms Hanbury is married to David Rocksavage (pictured left together), 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley – a wealthy Old Etonian 23 years old her seniors. She became publicly aware in 2005 after the release of a furious image showing her (pictured right with her sister) in matching skimpy pink bikini flanking then-prime minister Tony Blair
Rose attended the royal couple's wedding and, along with husband David have the four gone on several double dates (pictured)
They are part of a band of so-called "Turnip Toffs", a festive set of larger homes than royalty. Members include Williams close friends William and Rosie Van Cutsem, Tom and Polly Coke, Earl and Countess of Leicester, neighbors nearby Holkham Hall and James and Laura Meade, who are a god mother of Prince Louis.
Rose has & # 39; always wanted to defy the convention, "according to friends. The tall, brown and brown brunette, now 35, was enrolled in the Model Agency Storm, the company also home to Kate Moss, when she arrived on London's scene with older sister Marina.  The sisters came to the public's attention in 2005 after the publication of a racy photo showing them in matching skimpy pink bikini flanking then Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Your younger brother David is the finance minister in Hong Kong. Wembury House, a Georgian manor house in Devon, of rather unconventional parents, your father Tim is an old Etonian web designer and part of the brew dynasty Truman, Hanbury, Buxton & Co, and their mother is designer Emma, who owns and runs Marosa fashion brand "The couple were" more like friends than parents ", a family family once noticed.
" It's not unusual to see Timmy and Emma at [nightclub] Boujis with the girls.
& # 3 9; Likewise, Marina and Rose are equally fond of their parents' friends as they are with their own age group.
Rose (the picture with William and Kate in 2016) was also named at one point as a potential competitor to Prince William's feelings, but when they first met – and whether they ever got close before Cambridge's move to Norfolk – remains unclear
Rose's twin sons are playmates of Prince George, and she is also a former model of the same agency, who discovered Kate Moss
The family allegedly used to stay together in Ibiza and "really knew how to throw a party".
Wembury, which the family inherited in 1980, is an eclectic mix of vibrant colors, historic oil paintings and chintz. It has a pool, sweeping gardens overlooking Dartmoor and an elegant dining room draped with fairy lights.
A neighbor in Devon told a newspaper: "An invitation to Wembury is highly sought after here. One minute you will speak to one of Emma's bohemian friends, the next you speak with an innocent peer. Add to The mix is a rock star or an actor and a couple of the girls' narrow young friends, and you get the picture.
The sisters are determined by whole blood stock. Emma's mother, Lady Elizabeth Longman, was a childhood game society of Queen Elizabeth and a bridesmaid on Her wedding to Prince Philip The family hosts an annual cricket match where the guest list often includes Zac Goldsmith, Hugh Grant and Imran Khan.
But while Rose could be a career socialite, she entered politics and worked as an aid to Michael Gove at the time Shadow Schools Secretary while attending a host of glamorous London festivals, she and Marina routinely exclaimed at Tatler's 100 most-invited list.
Rose (the image of man David) has had a herd of aristocratic admirers. She was associated with Lord Freddie Windsor, Lord John Somerset and Lord Lambton's grandson Fred, to whom she was smitten to be engaged.
It is surprising that there has been a herd of aristocratic admirers. Rose was associated with Lord Freddie Windsor, Lord John Somerset and Lord Lambton's grandson Fred, to whom she was rumored to be engaged.
In fact, the families were so close that Fred's father Ned, Earl of Durham later married Marina (again with a 20-year age gap between them).
At one point, Rose was also named as a potential contender for Prince William's affections, even though they first met – and if they ever got close before Cambridge's move to Norfolk – remains unclear. William was surrounded by a coterie of hair-loving beauties, including Jecca Craig, Isabella Calthorpe and Olivia Hunt, both before his relationship with Kate and during the couple's short split in 2007.
William, just two years older than Rose, may once have been considered a more realistic view than David.
In fact, many believed that playboy David could never marry. His festive friends included Hollywood actor Johnny Depp, rock star Mick Jagger and Peter Mandelson, and there were a number of high-profile flutes featuring model and actress Lisa B, French movie star Isabelle Adjani and heiress Sabrina Guinness.
But after meeting Rose at a party at Villa Cetinale, the Italian playground for the Lambton family, the stars were finally reconciled and they married in Chelsea Town Hall in 2009.
Rose & # 39; s parents did not beat an eyelid on the unconventional conditions of their dead. 19659002] A family friend told a newspaper: "It's not about how old they are, it's about who they are – and thus I mean if the person is entitled to their daughters. All they want is for them to be happy. "
And who wouldn't be happy with such a fight? In 1990, Lord Cholmondeley, a direct descendant of Britain's first prime minister, Sir Robert Walpole, inherited $ 118 million and two houses after his father's death, the sixth marquess, thus becoming "the biggest catch in England."
Marquess of Cholmondeley is 23 years old marioness senior and they have three children together (depicted together)
He owns Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire, but the family home is Norfolk's Houghton Hall, a 106-room stately home in Palla The Dian style – constructed in the 1720s by Walpole itself – with a sculpture park, a five-hectare walled garden and 1,000 acres of parkland. The hall is rather more spacious than the average family home, but after the twins were born, David insisted that it was very much where the family should be based.
Rose had interrupted his work in Westminster when there was severe morning sickness – which also hit the Duchess of Cambridge during pregnancy – took her toll.
The children were born several months prematurely by caesarean section – and this was an unusual funeral for the couple.
Reported were both boys born at the same time, so which one should inherit their father's title and lucrative multi-million pound property? In the end, it was decided by a majority of biology. Alexander, known as Xan, who weighs 8 oz more than Oliver, was honored.
He is known as the Earl of Rocksavage, while his twin is simply Lord Oliver Cholmondeley.
The family, extended in 2016 with the Birth of Lady Iris, is now in the center of the Norfolk set, and Rose has so far counted Kate as one of her closest friends. Both have small children, live in a rural idyll and possess a similar position of immense privilege.
Rose and David are extremely well connected and are said to be great hosts and "fun" – undoubtedly an asset in Cambridge's carefully guarded inner circle. The Cholmondeley property is only four miles from the Duke and Dukes' home, Anmer Hall, and the royal couple and their children are said to have been regular guests. In fact, Prince George was a playmate of the Cholmondeley twins.
Also their interests are shared – Rose and Kate are patrons of charity East Anglia's Children's Hospitals and Kate have participated in the Houghton Hall Horse Trials with her flesh.  A charity gala dinner hosted Cholmondeleys in July 2016, and Kate and Rose were pictured chatting animated.
In fact, Rose is considered so much a part of the royal scene as she sat next to Prince Harry on a bank in Buckingham Palace in 2017.
If Kate tries to eradicate Rose as it is rumored , it can turn out to be a rather annoying – and humiliating – business for all concerned.
The reported row must actually have been serious …
She tells reported that William will extinguish the model friend Rose Hanbury from their Norfolk circle after "terrible clashes" ]
By Ian Gallagher for The Mail on Sunday  The Duchess of Cambridge has reportedly told his husband to ban one of their female friends from their social circle after a "terrible" fall out.
Kate and William have long been close to their Norfolk neighbors, Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley. But speculation about a serious rift between Kate and Marchioness – former model Rose Hanbury – is said to have intensified in recent weeks.
There was further speed yesterday with a report that the Duchess wants Rose & # 39; phased out & # 39; as one of her confidantes, although the cause of the apparent friction remains a mystery.
Kate and William have long been close to their Norfolk neighbors, Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley. But speculation about a serious rift between Kate and Marchioness (pictured with William watches) – former model Rose Hanbury – is said to have intensified in recent weeks
The report in The Sun newspaper claimed that the alleged rift is & # 39; much worse than previously suggested. And it said that William was trying to achieve a reconciliation between the two women, was chilled.
William is said to be good friends with Marquess, David Rocksavage, who, at age 58, is 23 years older than Rose.  On their Devon home yesterday, praise parents, Tim and Emma Hanbury expressed surprise at the reports. Asked if her daughter had discussed them, Mrs Hanbury looked at her husband before he replied, "Nothing to say about it." Hanbury then intervened and said, "Have no comments. There are no comments." The first incarnation that something was wrong came when the Daily Mail diarist Richard Eden reported that Duchess's friends claimed that ex model Rose was "a rival to his rural crown."
Among their Norfolk set – affectionately nicknamed "Turnip Toffs" – it was Kate who was always supposed to be queen by. "On the front page it is bizarre, but Kate looks like to see Rose as a rival, "a source was quoted as said.
While Kate and William stayed at ten-bedroom Anmer Hall, formerly leased to a kitchen timber chief, Rose and her husband reside in splendor three miles away at Houghton Hall, one of the country's finest palace houses, surrounded by 1,000 acres of parkland, Cambridges moved to Anmer at Sandringham Estate in 2014 when William joined East Anglian Air Ambulance charity.
While Kate and William stay in the 10-room Anmer Hall, formerly rented to a kitchen timber manager, Rose and her husband living in splendor three miles away at Houghton Hall, one of the country's finest palladian houses
A source told The Sun: "It is well known that Kate and Rose have had a terrible fall out.  "They used to be dense, but that's not the case anymore.
& William wants to play peacekeepers so the two couples can stay friends as they live so close to each other and share many common friends 19659002] "But Kate has been aware that she won't see them anymore and wants William to phase them out, despite their social status."
Rose and her husband have two boys Alexander and Oliver and daughter Iris The boys have been playmates by Prince George
At William and Kate's eight-year wedding, Rose was considered the best-dressed guest, and in 2016, the royal couple attended a black tie gala in Houghton Hall. The two couples are said to have common dinner dates.
Rose was on the books of the same model agency that discovered Kate Moss. Marchioness was also a short researcher for Tory MP Michael Gove.
Rose was on books by the same modeling agency that discovered Kate Moss (left). Marchioness was also short researcher for Tory MP Michael Gove (right)
She first became national attention in 2005, when she and her older sister Marina – both wearing pink bikinis – met with the then Prime Minister Tony Blair.  Her husband, the festive Marquess, was previously described as "the greatest catch in England".
When he succeeded his father in the title, he not only became a hereditary master, great Chamberlain, but came to an inheritance of nearly 120 million dollars – the biggest sum ever brought in Britain.
He was related to several extremely glamorous women, including model and actress Lisa B, French movie star Isabelle Adjani and heiress Sabrina Guinness, but friends believed he would never marry.
Rose and David first met at a party at Villa Cetinale, the Italian home of the infamous politician Lord Lambton. They married in Chelsea Town Hall in 2009.
Marquess is a friend of Prince Charles and will often be invited to Sandringham for tea. When he was 14, the queen chose him as honor. Now she sees him once a year as he shuffles back in front of her in his role as Lord Great Chamberlain at the State's opening of Parliament.
Last night, Cholmondeleys was not available for comment.
An employee responded to Intercom at Houghton Hall said: "They are not available today." On the question of whether the couple knew about the allegations reported in The Sun, the employee said: "We are fully aware."
Last night, a royal source said the rumors of a rift were untrue and disturbing. Kensington Palace refused to comment.