Prince William and King Charles allegedly erupted with rage following comments from former US president Donald Trump on images of Kate Middleton topless.
The claims come in relation to infamous pictures from 2012, where the Princess of Wales enjoyed some time in the sun on private land.
According to the New York Post, Kate had been enjoying a holiday with Prince William when the intrusive snaps were taken.
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Closer, a French tabloid then published the images in a highly divisive move.
In a strange twist Donald Trump – ex-president of the United States and TV personality – then said: “Kate Middleton is great – but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude – only herself to blame.
“Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing? Come on Kate!”
Following the strange decision to chip in on the matter, new information from a royal biographer claims that William and Charles were left livid.
That is according to segments gathered by Newsweek of the upcoming biography by Christopher Andersen, The King: The Life of Charles III.
The segment claims that Trump’s comments, “resulted in what one Clarence House butler referred to as ‘torrents of profanity’ from both Prince Charles and his sons.”
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Trump’s ability to ruffle the feathers of the royals apparently didn’t stop there though.
The then-Prince Charles was apparently left cross by Trump’s slip-up when he called him the "Prince of Whales."
According to the book, Charles was “disappointed” by the mistake – made worse by a particularly vulgar comment the former Dragons’ Den star allegedly made in the past about Princess Diana.
Andersen claims that Trump’s comments landed particularly poorly because he once said that he, “could have ‘nailed [Princess Diana] if I wanted to,’ but only if she passed an HIV test”.
Andersen’s new book is set for release on November 8, some time before the highly antici[ated memoirs of Prince Harry, Spare, hit the shelves.
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