Celebrity Charity: TALK OF THE TOWN: Fears of fresh heartache for Kate’s ex pal as she ditches her wedding ring for the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace
Published: 19:17 EDT, 8 June 2019 | Updated: 03:36 EDT, 9 June 2019
The past few months have been difficult for Rose Hanbury, the Marchioness of Cholmondeley.
Earlier this year, the Duchess of Cambridge told Prince William to phase Rose – until then one of her closest friends – out of their social circle following what was described as a ‘terrible’ falling out.
Now it is feared the former model is suffering further heartache after being spotted without her wedding ring.
The 35-year-old has been married to David Rocksavage, the Marquess of Cholmondeley, since 2009.
Rose Hanbury, the Marchioness of Cholmondeley (pictured), was spotted without her wedding ring at last week’s State Banquet at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen to mark Donald Trump’s visit to Britain
Rose was among those at last week’s State Banquet at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen to mark Donald Trump’s visit to Britain.
The Marchioness ringless left hand, circled left, was on show for all to see as she accompanied her husband to the event.
Previously, she wore a wedding band, as pictured at a Serpentine Gallery summer party in 2015, left.
Dressed in a floor-length white gown with her hair tied into an up-do, Rose looking somewhat glum as she arrived at the banquet and sat some distance away from Kate.
Earlier this year, the Duchess of Cambridge (centre) told Prince William (left) to phase Rose (right) – until then one of her closest friends – out of their social circle following what was described as a ‘terrible’ falling out
Previously, she wore a wedding band, as pictured at a Serpentine Gallery summer party in 2015, left, alongside her husband David Rocksavage
It is the first time the two women have been seen at the same event since the row that rocked the North Norfolk set, affectionately known as the Turnip Toffs.
While Kate, William and their three children use Anmer Hall, near the Queen’s Sandringham estate, as their country retreat, Rose and Old Etonian former film-maker David live in splendour just three-and-a-half miles away at the 106-room Houghton Hall.
Prince George has even been a playmate of the couple’s sons, Alexander and Oliver.
Rose, Kate and William were pictured together, below, at a charity gala in 2016, and the couples were once so close they would regularly meet for dinner.
It’s not a bad life being one of Gordon Ramsay’s children.
I hear that student Holly, right, has signed a rather lucrative deal with Established Models to become one of the company’s ‘influencers’.
According to her profile on the agency’s website, Holly, 19, who is studying fashion design at university, is ‘navigating her celebrity routes and channelling her own identity while travelling between London and LA’.
Younger sister Tilly, 17, has her own cookery show on CBBC called Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch, while baby brother Oscar has already amassed 89,400 Instagram followers – and he’s only two months old!
Holly Ramsey, 19 (pictured), one of chef Gordon Ramsay’s children, has reportedly signed a rather lucrative deal with Established Models to become one of the company’s ‘influencers’