Nov 30, 2016 12:23 PM EST | By Brynn B.
It seems that the rumors hounding Kate Middleton and the rest of the royals will never leave. Rumors of divorce, pregnancies, and now it's Kate's mom, Carole Middleton who is being accused of using Kate and her connection to the British Royalty for her own personal gains.
Apparently, there are rumors that in the recent People article featuring the mother of the Duchess of Cambridge, Carole kept mentioning her connection to the royals and went on and on about how much the reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth is fond of the whole Middleton clan. Celeb Dirty Laundry reports that Kate Middleton feels ashamed to be associated with the article and her mother, and that Prince William and his grandmother the Queen are not happy about Carole Middleton's effort to promote herself.
The web tabloid takes a dig at the Middleton matriarch, commenting on how in the article she kept pushing that she was such a good parent to her children, James, Kate, and Pippa, and that she was the one who instilled in them the good work ethic that people are praising their family for.
Because of the public antics of Carole Middleton, Headlines and Global News reports that Queen Elizabeth is now considering Prince Harry and his future wife as the next in line for the throne instead of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. This means that if Prince Harry and his current girlfriend "Suits" actress Meghan Markle become more serious, a Hollywood celebrity might just become the future Queen of England.
But Gossip Cop has again refuted such claims saying there was no way that Carole Middleton tried to use her royal connections to shamelessly promote herself in the People article, and there is no truth that Kate Middleton is ashamed of her family, and is furious about the article since the People feature waxes nothing but praise for both the Middletons and the royals.
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