Kate Middleton, Prince William Showed 'Extreme Connection' And 'United Front' Amid Divorce Rumors

Kate Middleton and Prince William
Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visit the market, where they join a celebration to recognise the contribution of individuals and local organisations in supporting communities and families across Cumbria, in town of Keswick, Britain June 11, 2019. (Photo: Andy Commins/Pool via REUTERS)

Kate Middleton and Prince William divorce rumors continue to make rounds up to this writing. The lawyers of Prince Harry's elder brother, already, debunked the split speculations and warned to file charges against those who continue to spread malicious rumors about them. Though the divorce rumors keep swirling online, the Royal couple seems to remain in love since they tied the knot on April 29, 2011.

For starters, Kate Middleton and Prince William exchanged their wedding vows at Westminster Abbey in London, United Kingdom, after more than seven years of being together. The parents of Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, met while studying at the University of St. Andrews in 2001 and started dating in 2003. They were engaged on Oct. 20, 2010, but it was only announced on Nov. 16, 2010.

There is no denying that Kate Middleton and Prince William had their fair share of challenges in their marriage. In fact, the worse controversy they had been, recently, involved in were the claims saying that the Duke of Cambridge cheated on his wife with Rose Hanbury. Reports have it that William and Rose got "a little too close" to each other that Kate wanted the latter to be out of the Royal circle.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge braved the malicious speculations and faced their followers with a united front. As a matter of fact, recent reports stated that Kate Middleton and Prince William have, already, moved past the cheating allegations. During Wimbledon 2019, the siblings of Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry were sighted wearing matching outfits, which is said to be sending a clear message that their marriage is very much in a good state.

"We tend to want to fit in with the person we are dating. Yes, we are all unique, but we want to, as a couple, look united and as if we 'fit,'" Nikki Goldstein said to The Express about Kate Middleton and Prince William's coordinating ensembles during the said event. "You conform to the environment that you're in, so it's only natural that when you're dating someone, even automatically without knowing, you will start to change your style so that you blend in with them," the relationship expert went on.

Even Judi James claimed that the "extreme connection" between Kate Middleton and Prince William during the Wimbledon 2019 was very apparent. "William's wide grin suggests Kate enhances his life and lifts his mood," the body language expert stated.

Other reports have it that this is the right time for Kate and William to make sure that their marriage can survive whatever challenges that would come its way. It is being said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would have more responsibilities the moment Prince Charles takes over the throne from Queen Elizabeth, who is predicted to relinquish her duties and position anytime soon. The Royal couple has yet to comment on these reports. Stay tuned to Business Times for the latest news and updates about Kate Middleton and Prince William!

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