Andy Cohen fuels Prince William and Rose Hanbury affair rumors: He’s his father’s son

“Real Housewives,” who? Self-proclaimed “Kate conspiracist” Andy Cohen is all about the royal drama these days.

While chatting about Kate Middleton conspiracy theories in Friday’s episode of his “Daddy Diaries Podcast,” the Bravo executive spoke to speculation that Prince William and Lady Rose Hanbury have something to do with the Princess of Wales’ months-long absence from the spotlight.

“It all seems to come back to this lady Rose who he’s had an affair — who he allegedly had an affair with,” Cohen said, referencing resurfaced 2019 rumors about William and the Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

Andy Cohen weighed in on Prince William and Lady Rose Hanbury affair rumors. Getty Images for SiriusXM
The Bravo exec brought up the resurfaced 2019 speculation on his podcast Thursday. Getty Images for SiriusXM
He called William “his father’s” son.

“Don’t forget he broke it off with [Middleton] after they dated for years and sowed his wild oats for a time and then went back to her,” the “Watch What Happens Live” host, 55, continued.

Cohen went on to call William, 41, “his father’s [son],” as King Charles III notoriously cheated on Princess Diana with his now-wife, Queen Camilla.

Hanbury, however, has called the infidelity rumors “completely false” via her lawyers.

Cohen claimed recent Kate Middleton conspiracy theories all “come back to” the alleged cheating. Ashley Crowden/Shutterstock
He also recalled William once “sow[ing] his oats” during a break in his relationship with Middleton. Getty Images
Hanbury has called the rumors “completely false” via her lawyers. Getty Images

Social media users have wondered about Middleton’s well-being since Kensington Palace announced in January that she was recovering from abdominal surgery.

Although she is not expected to return to the public eye until after Easter, the Princess of Wales, 42, was photographed at a farm stand in Windsor last weekend following concern over a heavily edited UK Mother’s Day photo of herself and her three children.

Cohen, who made headlines Monday for tweeting “that ain’t Kate” in response to the farmer’s market pictures, doubled down on his podcast Friday that “those were old photos.”

Cohen also doubled down on theories that Middleton’s farm stand outing was a “lie.” Watch What Happens Live! / BravoTV
He insisted that the viral photos were “old.” Getty Images for SiriusXM

He claimed, “Those weren’t photos from the farm stand. … The captions on those photos said Kate pictured last August, blah, blah. It’s a lie.”

“The Sun said she was at a farm stand with the kids after seeing a soccer game looking happy and healthy, but no one at the soccer game or the farm stand [saw her], and oh, that’s totally believable,” he alleged. “Also are y’all recovering from esophagus surgery or are you going to games and a farm stand? Which is it?”

Cohen called the scandal “so weird” and copped to reading “every theory on Twitter.”

Cohen called the lack of public photos not “believable.” Jane Barlow/WPA Pool/Shutterstock
The Windsor trip was Middleton’s first outing since her abdominal surgery. Ashley Crowden/Shutterstock

The Emmy winner also threw Charles, 75, into the mix and asked “where … the freaking king” has been since his cancer diagnosis was revealed in February.

Cohen is not the only celebrity spreading conspiracy theories about the royal family, which he believes are fair game after “merciless” headlines about Meghan Markle over the years.

“Real Housewives of Orange County” alum Meghan King even hired a psychic to figure out the truth of Middleton’s whereabouts, with the medium alleging that the princess had an “emotional affair” and something “worse” took place when she had her procedure.

The Princess of Wales is expected to return to the public eye after Easter. Shutterstock
She recently set tongues wagging with a heavily edited Mother’s Day snap. Prince of Wales/Kensington Palac / MEGA

Middleton’s rep told Page Six exclusively last month that the royal was “doing well,” while William’s spokesman said the Prince of Wales was focused on “work and not on social media.”

Middleton also spoke out earlier this month to apologize for her Mother’s Day portrait snafu.

“Like many amateur photographers, I do occasionally experiment with editing,” she wrote on X. “I wanted to express my apologies for any confusion the family photograph we shared yesterday caused.”