Prince William attends ex-girlfriend Rose Farquhar’s wedding

Prince William attends ex-girlfriend Rose Farquhar's wedding

Prince William and Rose Farquhar are proving that exes can remain friends.

The Prince of Wales attended the wedding of his first serious girlfriend in Gloucestershire on Saturday — and appeared to be flying solo.

William, 40, looked dapper as he attended the ceremony in a classy black tux with a bowtie.

He was one of many guests who watched his 39-year-old ex, whom he dated in the year 2000, say “I do” to George Gemmell at St Mary the Virgin church.

William and Farquhar first met at the Beaufort Polo Club after the royal completed his A-levels at the prestigious Eton College. They were once rumored to have been caught canoodling in a field, according to Daily Mail.

After their brief romance, Farquhar moved to New York to study acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute, and later appeared on “The Voice UK” in 2016.

It appears William’s now-wife, Kate Middleton, did not attend the nuptials with him.

Page Six has contacted Kensington Palace for comment but did not immediately hear back.

William’s outing comes just days after Netflix dropped the second installment of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell docuseries, in which the Duke of Sussex accused his brother of “screaming” at him during a meeting.

“It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father [King Charles III] say things that just simply weren’t true, and my grandmother [Queen Elizabeth II] quietly sit there and just take it all in,” Harry alleged.

The six-episode docuseries, titled “Harry & Meghan,” also accused Buckingham Palace aides of using Markle as a “scapegoat” to divert the press away from negative stories about other members of the royal family.

Buckingham Palace has not commented on any of the claims made in the show. A source told Page Six that William and Middleton have not watched the docuseries.

“William and Kate’s aides have briefed them on the show, but don’t expect the couple to sit down in their cottage with a bowl of popcorn to tune in themselves,” one insider quipped.

Senior members of the royal family have put up a united front in the wake of the explosive headlines, with many of them coming together for Middleton’s “Together At Christmas” concert at Westminster Abbey.

The second annual event was sponsored by the Royal Foundation, and paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Sept. 8 at the age of 96.

Middleton was joined by her husband, along with two of their children, Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7. Prince Louis, 4, did not attend the event.


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