An all-smiling and lovely Kate Middleton quashes theories and rumors

Britain's Catherine, Princess of Wales (Photo by Chris Jackson / POOL / AFP)

Published footage of the Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate Middleton shopping near their home in Windsor last Sunday quashed all theories and rumors about the most loved Royals of Great Britain.

British media heavily promoted the videos and photos as everything was rosey and well with the couple.

With these proofs, many of the Royal observers declared that everyone could calm down.

However, many of the kibitzers continue to believe otherwise. They questioned the low-quality imagery and some even raised their suspicion that Heidi Agan, who has worked as a professional Kate lookalike for 12 years was the woman with the future King of England.

Egan made an official denial with Business Insider’s Anneta Konstantinides that it was not her and in a statement said: “It was not me at Windsor Farm Shop. I’ve literally had to give people an alibi of where I was.”

Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge’s latest appearance came after a seemingly lengthy absence from royal duties and public appearances. She had abdominal surgery early this year and wouldn’t return until April. Her absence jarred most royal watchers because she had been transparent about her health.

Adding more fuel to all the tabloid speculations is the romantic linking of Prince William with Lady Rose Hanbury, Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

As to the why and wherefore of this allegation, only British tabloid publications and the fertile imagination of their columnists and writers have the answers.

The Marchioness categorically denied all allegations and labeled them as, “completely false.”

With this denial, it provided the Royals of Britain with a breath of fresh air from all the ongoing nasty and naughty talks.

Sarah Rose Hanbury, a former model and now in her 40s with eldest twin sons and a youngest daughter,  assumed her title upon her marriage to David Rocksavage, the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley.  

Kate will return to public duties gradually, as written in The Telegraph: “Once the Princess is back, palace sources insist, those who have suggested she has been doing anything other than recovering from surgery will have reason to feel ashamed.”

Added another royal source that was told to the Times of London: “They will want to be clear and more open, but they’ll do it when they feel ready.”