A naked hug with former Prime Minister Tony Blair and a “slightly incestuous” marriage: William’s alleged lover and her sister are known to the media

In recent weeks, the media has been abuzz with unconfirmed rumors suggesting a long-standing relationship between Prince William and the Marchioness of Cholmondeley, Rose Hanbury, drawing attention to her private life and that of her sister, Marina.

Married to businessman David Roxavage since 2009, Rose Hanbury tied the knot with the Marquess of Cholmondeley just a day after announcing their engagement. However, before her marriage to Roxavage, she frequented the social scene on the Island, often seen alongside her sister Marina, who shares a similar background.

Marina Hanbury, slightly older than Rose, also garnered media interest. Both sisters, daughters of Timothy Hanbury and fashion designer Emma Hanbury, pursued modeling careers. Notably, they appeared in photos alongside former Prime Minister Tony Blair in Tuscany in 2005.

Marina, like her sister, has a penchant for older men and is married to Ned Lambton, Earl of Durham, who is 20 years her senior. Their whirlwind romance led to a swift engagement and a civil wedding in Chelsea, mirroring Rose’s nuptials. However, their relationship’s start was marked by controversy, as Marina was living with Ned’s son, Fred, at the time.

The intertwining relationships within the Hanbury-Lambton family have raised eyebrows, with Fred reportedly being engaged to Rose before Marina’s involvement. A friend of the sisters described the situation as “slightly incestuous,” given Rose’s past relationship with Fred and Marina’s subsequent connection with him.

Controversy seems to follow the Hanbury-Lambton family, as evidenced by Lord Lambton, Marina’s father-in-law, who resigned as Minister of Defense in the early seventies after a scandal involving a prostitute in 1973.

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