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Kate Middleton Blames Charles For Breaking With Prince William

by | 28th, April 2007

middleton_kate.jpgAFTER the tennis and the shopping, Kate Middleton is heard saying why she and Prince William broke up.

The Mirror hears Kate tell workmates: “It’s because of his daddy.”

Aware of Prince Charles’ track record as an adulterer and wannabe tampon, readers may well blanch at the mention of Charles.

As Princess Diana once opined, “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.” Might it be that William was not the only Windsor making a play for Kate? Can it be that Charles awakened to Middleton’s charms?

While minds reel, Philip Higgs, 23, billed as “a witness to the revealing scene at the offices of fashion chain Jigsaw”, tells us: “She had about 10 people asking if she was all right and I think she just lost her rag.

“She said ‘It’s because of his daddy’. Everyone raised their eyebrows but didn’t want to push her. In the heat of the moment she’d given us a glimpse of what she really thought, what was really going on behind the scenes.

“Normally, Kate doesn’t talk about anything. She’s very quiet. But it was as if she’d reached boiling point from one sympathetic question too many…That happens sometimes when people are being nice to you and you’re upset.”

Might it be that Middleton, for so long compared to Diana, is now showing signs of being as one with the patron saint of royal affairs?

Kate lets slips a little information to confidants who tell the media. Kate exercises – the Mirror says, “She then spent 20 minutes warming up on a cross-trainer machine. Later, she had a one-on-one session with the company’s in-house trainer, focusing on thighs, bum and tum.”

She appears at all the old haunts. She will not be cowed. The Sun spots Middleton out with friends at Boujis nightclub in South Kensington.

She is with two female friends.

Prince Charles’ whereabouts are unrecorded…

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