Kate Middleton and Prince William
Britain's Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge greet people after launching the King's Cup Regatta in London, Britain May 7, 2019. (Photo: Ben Stansall/Pool via Reuters)

The marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William remains to be one of the most talked about topics today. Various rumors hounded the relationship of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, which includes the alleged cheating scandal that involved Prince Harry's brother and Rose Hanbury. Recent reports claim that Kate and William are "cannot stop worrying" about these split rumors.

Hiptoro published a report titled "Kate Middleton hints divorce with Prince William" -- a rehashed and plagiarized version of Business Times' previous article titled "Kate Middleton Reportedly Afraid Her Marriage With Prince William 'Can't Be Saved' -- earlier this week. The outlet cited The Sun as the one who reported that Pippa Middleton's sister wants Rose Hanbury to be removed from the royal circle after the latter was linked to Kate's husband.

Previous reports suggested that Kate Middleton and Prince William have been "consulting divorce lawyers" after the cheating scandal. A royal insider, reportedly, told Globe that the Duchess of Cambridge felt humiliated that she had a "meltdown" and a "confrontation" with Prince Harry's older brother.

"Kate's heard talk her hubby has carried a torch for Rose for years and told friends she was 'the one that got away,'" another source, reportedly, revealed to the tabloid. "A $250 million settlement isn't out of the question. This is a full-blown divorce crisis for William and Kate that could rock the monarchy even more than when William's father, Charles, divorced Diana," a third insider, reportedly, said of the alleged Kate Middleton and Prince William divorce plans.

However, Gossip Cop had debunked these claims already in a previous report. Aside from the fact that the sources are somewhat shady, neither Kate Middleton nor Prince William has confirmed that they are, indeed, planning to file for a divorce. Hence, avid followers of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should quit believing in these fabricated reports.

Meanwhile, other reports suggested that Kate Middleton broke another protocol when she donned a daring dress that, reportedly, exposed her legs on Tuesday at Bletchley Park. The wife of Prince William was spotted wearing a £1,750-worth Alessandra Rich ensemble earlier this week.

Royal observers were quick to notice that Kate Middleton did not wear a nude stocking when a huge split uncovered her toned legs "as the sheer fabric appeared see through in the bright sunshine." It was, previously, claimed that Queen Elizabeth had warned Prince William's wife about the length of her skirts. A royal expert told Business Insider that most female members of the royal family wear tights as it is "the only steadfast rule in terms of what the Queen requires."

Rumors suggested that Queen Elizabeth sends notes whenever she does not like the appearance of the future ruler of the British monarchy in public. Kate Middleton has a whole other set of rules and restrictions because she's going to be Queen," Ashley Pearson, previously, told Quest Red. "She and Meghan are not on the same page," the celebrity journalist added.

Besides wearing stockings, the daughter of Carole Middleton was, reportedly, advised to cut her locks into a more "sensible" look. While these claims could be true, it is important to note that neither Queen Elizabeth nor Pippa's sister has confirmed any of these up to this writing. Hence, these unbacked-up reports should be taken with a grain of salt. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Kate Middleton and Prince William.