Someone’s claiming that a ‘kiss & tell’ is coming out about Prince William

Cambridges CBUK visit

You guys requested this, so here goes. Niraj Tanna is a long-time royal-beat photographer. He ended up getting some very strange exclusive photos of then-Kate Middleton when she was a royal girlfriend, and he got some exclusives after her marriage too. It’s been said in some circles that he was – at a time – the official Middleton photographer. I don’t believe that’s the case anymore. Tanna is on Twitter, and he’s been shading for the Middletons for a while. Anyway, he’s made a series of tweets over the past few days suggesting that Prince William probably cheated on Kate during Will’s lads-only vacation.

Tanna is following The Sun’s lead. The Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper has been ripping into William all week with a series of exclusives. The Sun was the first outlet to detail William’s lads-only holiday, and they’ve done follow-ups about William’s “dirty dancing” with several women, not to mention William’s “arrogant antics” being an “insult to the Queen.” I take the “kiss and tell” tweet to mean that one of William’s dancing partners will likely sell her story to one of the British papers. It’s also possible that someone, somewhere will verify that William was not acting like a married man in Verbier.

Of course, it also feels like Tanna is indicating that the whole Middleton family is going to come down hard on William. Which is funny, because it feels like the royal family has washed their hands of Work-Shy Will and now his “real family” (the Middletons) are going to have to put their foot down. Where will Work-Shy turn? Man, Will and Kate’s Paris trip is going to be… awkward.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry visit The Institute of Contemporary Art

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150 Responses to “Someone’s claiming that a ‘kiss & tell’ is coming out about Prince William”

  1. Tough Cookie says:

    OMG!! in one of these pics Waity looks just like a brunette Kellyanne…Now I can’t unsee the resemblance…

  2. Lorelai says:

    This trip to Paris is going to be excruciating to watch if she doesn’t cancel it.

    It is unreal that the fan sites are ignoring this story completely and posting “What Will Kate Wear” in Paris type stories.

    You love your girl Kate so much? Way to have her back.

  3. amy says:

    Is it bad that I hope that a story like that will come out?

  4. ComeOnNow says:

    I mean, do you think that A. This is the first time he’s cheated or even been caught cheating by her and B. That she even cares anymore?

    She didn’t marry him because she thought he’d be faithful.

  5. Bridget says:

    Usually when someone does the “kiss and tell” it’s just the random hookup who’s desperate for some attention. We rarely get the real, good details.

  6. What Was That? says:

    I have noticed in more pictures that her smile is more like a grimace..forced and not a genuine smile from enjoying the company of the people she is privileged to meet …This will only get worse and as photographers captured this more and more I expect her popularity will wane..There will always be some die hard Monarchists but the fact that so quickly ..to use an apt phrase She has turned from poacher to gamekeeper…That she considers herself Royal in the superior sense and seems to have lost any connection to people’s struggles today..though she says the words she doesn’t seem to care..
    William may prove to be the downfall of the Windsors…

    • wolfpup says:

      The Windsor motto seems to be that “a blood royal”, that is, a SunKing, is allowed full access to all the desires of their heart – hasn’t this been the way that QE has been treating him – with his helicopter and everything his itty-bitty heart desires? Hasn’t this been Charles’ story for years in explanation for his mistresses? Imagine having a team behind you, to allow you to do whatever you desire..? I’m not sure why this is considered royal/desirable/or patentable but Britain pays for this misfortune to all, in expense to their poor.

      I do believe that Diana would be on the side of her daughter-in-law. FU, Willy. You have hurt a woman like your mother was hurt! Now go home, and try to pay some kind of respect to your own father.

  7. Digital Unicorn (aka Betti) says:

    Oh dear. God this is turning into a bad Monty Python sketch.

  8. DazLondon says:

    A+ on photo selection after the print

  9. Kat says:

    News about Willy’s…willy.

    Hello again lunch.

  10. Phd gossip says:

    Did Kate have a brow lift?

  11. Skins says:

    Anyone remember when he was a teenager he was actually some kind of sex symbol for awhile. Britney Spears wanted to date him and whatever. And look at him now

  12. Deeanna says:

    Hairclub for men. Hairclub for men. Hairclub for men.

  13. Lainey says:

    Is it wrong that i want this to be true to see how the sugars react? Kate will stick with him though anything to be queen. 👸🏼

    • Kitty says:

      Lainey, I have a good feeling William and Kate will never be King and Queen. When you know you know.

      • Where'sMyTiara says:

        I think you may be on to something here. I’ve never heard publications come right out and say this, until this week. Many of us pieced it together over the years from snippets that Wills is unsuitable/David 2.0; the almost losing his wings in the RAF, 3 times, for skivving off of duties, not doing right by his charities, not stepping up for other official events, etc. etc.

        Today in the Fail though! “By frolicking with blondes and failing in his duty, Prince William could turn the public fatally against the monarchy” – Stephen Glover opinion piece. DAAAAAAANG. Shots. Fired.

        I don’t know much about Glover as a writer – has he been a sugar in the past like Ingrid Seward? Or has he been anti-monarchial in the past?

      • LAK says:

        WhereismyTiara: Glover is a political writer who normally writes about goings on at Westminster and public policy. I can’t remember that he has ever written about Royalty before, so this is serious tongue lashing from the DM.

        The sun drafted in a Spectator columnist for their tongue lashing and it really goes in. Everything from grand, haughty behaviour from both William and Kate, rudeness galore, dimwittedness, insistence on absolute deference from staff, and leaving India less popular than when they arrived. His column talks about changes for the worse in William and what an awful person he has become in private.

        Meanwhile the times are mocking him with a piece called ‘ King Lad? ( ie King of the lads) as well as old school sycophants writing negative op-eds about him.

      • Where'sMyTiara says:

        @LAK Woooooooow. Ok, Glover being a public policy journo raises this to a completely different level. That means more of the Establishment are starting to see his wanker antics with clear eyes. Which is good for the monarchy’s future, but not so good for Prince Bow-To-My-Arrogant-Arse.

        Where would I find this Sun article – title? I could search on the title…

        Times mocking him – daaaaaaayum. It’s all coming down, isn’t it. It occurs to me that if the media don’t push and start unearthing the earlier stuff they’d suppressed, they’re still going to end up with that Nightmare Man-child on the throne. I think they need to push the line that this isn’t a one-off with Wills, this is an old, established pattern of behaviour and take the lid off this crap.

        My feeling is they need to address it NOW, before Liz passes on – because Charles will not step up, b/c of a combo of parental guilt and the same sense of self-aggrandizement that Wills has, which all ends in the fact that Chaz cannot own he failed his son so blatantly. He won’t ever put his son out to pasture, he’s got too much invested in his “wee monarchy” where he cuts his brothers & Anne out completely. So if Wills needs to go, if he’s going to damage the monarchy irreparably by remaining in the succession line, TPTB need to get it in hand sooner rather than later.

        The last time, the Establishment/Grey Men used the media to start this w/ regard to Edward VIII. Is it starting to happen again? Or will this die down and be a one-off?

  14. KiddVicious says:

    I can’t believe Will would be so reckless.

    • LAK says:

      He has never faced consequences of his actions.

      So many articles and rumours and in a few cases evidence of his misbehaviour in all sorts of ways which were either covered up or blame was swiftly shifted to someone else.

      I mean the man took RAF helicopters for joyride to stag dos and Kate’s garden and the RAF used pretzel logic to blame themselves for it!!!!

      This is the first time the papers are holding his feet to the fire and who knows if they’ll stick to it.

      It’s not so much that he is reckless this time, more that the media and the BP/CH haven’t covered it up.

  15. COSquared says:

    I want a post-2011 kiss-and-tell. Right along with Tanna’s Middleton Memoirs. Anything else would be boring.

  16. freewhitebaby5.0 says:

    Fifty Shades of Zzzzzzz. I can’t imagine any kiss and tell involving this bald, boring, bad dancing dullard would interest anybody long enough to get the popcorn salted.

  17. Starlight says:

    Katie Nichol royal correspondent waded n with Kate will be mortified she won’t be happy that the public will not see her relationship as perfect. Or something on those lines. I actually go along with this having a couple of Capricorn friends, if anything happened to their perfect world of spotless tidy homes, slim physiques with accompanying perfect fashion wear alongside their perfectly groomed husband or partner with no tummy to be seen. I know their little perfect world would be shattered if their partner was drunk holding on to the waist of another female in a smoky den of a night club. It would be bad enough brushing it aside with friends but the media pushing it on to everyone’s table must be heart breaking.
    Although I think Kate is prepared as mummy C will be there to advise.

  18. LA Elle says:

    I doubt this will happen as Will wouldn’t have married Kate if she possessed this sort of drive, but it’s a shame Kate doesn’t have a girl friend to sit her down right now and tell her this is her prime opportunity to get some much-needed leverage in her marriage. Kate should respond to this by upping her events – especially with children, as that seems to go over well with the public – and make herself into Will’s greatest asset. If nothing else, it would probably turn some of the palace folks into needed allies.

    Like I said, it’s a nice fantasy. It still amazes me that these two managed to burn through so much good will in so short a time.

    • Tourmaline says:

      I fear that Kate’s female friends are all enamored of William and love being in his orbit of rich and dim toffs. Same with her family the Middletons, every member of that family down to her brother and sister clearly bask in the glow of being Royal-proximate. Can’t imagine them advocating for Kate to buck the status quo of the marriage.

      My prediction for tomorrow’s public events (the Irish Guards and the Paris trip) is that between the two of them, Kate is going to put on the better show of keeping up appearances. Remember in Malaysia (?) in 2012 after the topless France pictures hit the press, William had a face like thunder at the press while Kate seemed to be keeping him in check and keeping her cool under pressure. But tomorrow should be interesting to say the least.

      • lavnbb says:

        I think they won’t make it to twenty years together. Prince William has a Ben Affleck vibe when he appears with her, he looks so uncomfortable and tortured sometimes. I think he’ll hang in there as long as he can but it won’t go the distance.

    • TheOtherOne says:

      Well Vanity Fair, E!, and Cosmo (to name a few) are reporting that Kate was “less than pleased.” Long time CBers, has she ever expressed public disapproval of Will?

      I hope Kaiser posts about this story tomorrow.

  19. Justme says:

    Some of the comments on here are horrible. I’ve longed said that Will and Kate have their flaws but for the most part they are harmless. In a world with deplorables we need a little levity, a little hairflick to make fun of…But you all are talking about a young family that might be ripped to shreds. True, they’re public figures and deserve the media scrutiny, but I think there’s a point where they stop being people to make fun of and should be seen as human beings. Where is your compassion? And someone at the top of the comments actually said watch out for Paris tunnels… that’s going too far in my opinion. Isn’t this the first time Will will be in Paris since his mom’s death? Sometimes this site and the opinions shared go from bitchy to just plain evil.

  20. Starlight says:

    By the way it was also Katie Nicholl that had big concerns for Kate always seen to be out shopping with her mum pre engagement and having no girlie girlfriends and if ever there was a hitch in the marriage she would only have her mother. Kate has put her heart and soul Into this relationship, watch this space I think she will put up and shut up and put on a grand show of unity. It will make her either look stoical or a doormat.

  21. msthang says:

    lavnbb, I doubt they will make it to 10. You know in Kate’s world in her youth in college, you tell yourself with all the perks of marrying into the royals it should be enough to put up with the cheating, but when the reality sets in it sure ain’t as easy as it sounds. It is like when Diana confronted Camilla in the basement at that house party, and said, “Why don’t you leave my husband alone” to which Cammie replied, “the world adores you what’s your problem” there is just one very huge problem for Chutney, the world does not adore her. She is really on an island by herself with Ma Midds, so when Chopper bolts for good, that is gonna be one incredibly lonely existence!!!!!

    • msthang says:

      wolfpup, good luck trying to find someone who keeps his mouth shut.

      • wolfpup says:

        msthang: I am quite sure of one thing – which is that all adults love and will always continue to have sex, no matter what. It’s most simple to be married. I’m fond of marriage because you get it all the time – it’s wonderful intimacy morning, nooners, and night – I digress.

        Adults insist upon sex in their lives, IOHO.

      • wolfpup says:

        An additional question, msthang… Must Kate Middleton be humiliated, being forced to stand with the royal family, when her husband is abstentious? When the entire world knows that she means nothing to blue-bloodiness, that denies her right to expect fidelity and faithfulness, and giving birth, not of herself, yet to another who claims her as his creature?

        Sorry, but WHAT THE HELL? A mother is something that comes out of “HER”, and is my sisters, mothers, and grandmothers; the LOVE our own body, like menstrual blood, and those whom we choose, and all the love that comes from Within Us and shines everywhere,with everything that we truly love. OUR CHOICE!

  22. msthang says:

    wolfpup, I have to agree, but don’t you know Diana’s lover’s promised her to shut up, until they saw it was time to cash in. And that is how you live with infidelities in a high profile marriage, and how long is that good for and in the end it really didn’t work for Diana. British royals are a funny lot, Lord Mountbatten, who was Chuck’s favorite uncle once said, He and his wife Edwina spent the majority of their marriage getting in and out of other people’s beds!!!

  23. Raisa kirks says:

    Meh. I always knew in the end it wouldnt be Harry

  24. Starlight says:

    Sounds like this has been blown out of proportion noticed a comment from one o f the models boyfriends to say it was an innocent drink and a dance on a you tube page, Kate’s smiles were relief I would say

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