Kate Middleton Worries About Prince William Cheating at Cambridge – Camilla Parker-Bowles Warns of a Mistress

Kate Middleton Worries About Prince William Cheating at Cambridge - Camilla Parker-Bowles Warns of a Mistress

Kate Middleton is a smart woman and while she tends to think that she has Prince William pretty much wrapped around her finger, that doesn’t mean that he won’t stray. In fact, if he is anything like all of the other royal men in his family then this is precisely the point in time when looking for a mistress would follow their past indiscretions. She recently delivered a royal heir and is over 30 meaning that by standards of some, Kate has already been about as useful as it gets. Now it’s time for William to have some fun. I’m sure if Prince Charles were to offer up advice he would implore his son never to marry a mistress, right? Charles’ life with Camilla Parker-Bowles has been a living hell.  Even worse, Camilla has warned Kate for months that William will do just like his dad – cheat on the baby mama.  Don’t forget that Princess Diana’s life was ruined by Charles and Camilla’s long and sordid affair.

Anyway, Kensington Palace just announced today that William will be heading off to Cambridge University for 10 weeks beginning in January to study agricultural management and yes indeed, the prince will have his own dorm to spend the night in if he so wishes. That, no doubt has Kate reeling. He has been handed the opportunity to run with a much younger set and escape daddy duty if he so chooses. Parenthood isn’t an option for her and she is praying that William proves to be nothing like his father and instead continues to put his wife and baby son first.

Do you think that William will end up being a cheater just like his father and many royal men before him? Has he instead learned from the family’s mistakes enough to purposely continue living the kind of life that would make his mother, the late Princess Diana proud? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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