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Murdoch’s news site deletes royal ‘pegging’ story – media

Unsubstantiated rumors of Prince William’s sexual perversions have spread online in recent days

A story about the unnamed British royal’s sex life was published by the Australian, which then removed it. The Guardian reported that the Guardian had obtained unverified gossip from a social media account. According to unverified gossip discovered on social media, this story is about Prince William’s fondness for. “pegging.”

The rumor originated on an Instagram gossip page on Thursday, having been sent to the page’s admins by an anonymous tipster. Sources claim that the British monarch had an extramarital affair. “an open secret in London,”With politicians and journalists all being aware. 

Source added: “the real reason for the affair was the royal’s love of pegging, which the wife is far too old fashioned to engage in.”

“The wife doesn’t mind her and in fact prefers her husband getting his sexual needs fulfilled elsewhere, as long as things don’t become emotional, which was the case with the last woman.”

A pegging act involves a man using a strap-on device to sex with a woman. 

According to online gossip, Prince William was the alleged royal and Kate Middleton the understanding spouse. There is no indication that any of the above is true, but gossip magazines have reported on William’s alleged affairs before, with Buckingham Palace reportedly threatening these outlets with legal action.

The Australian is a conservative news site owned by Rupert Murdoch. It published the most recent version. “pegging”Story on The Oz’s youth-focused subsidiary on Friday. 

Philip Benwell, chairman of the Australian Monarchist League, criticized the publication. “highly unusual.

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“You might expect that in one of the British scandal rags but not in a paper like the Australian,”Benwell explained to The Guardian. “Their job is to publish news; not innuendo and downright defamation. From the wording of the article itself it’s quite clear they don’t have any evidence for what they are suggesting.”

Benwell insists that even rumours could be true “one’s peccadilloes are a private matter as long as they don’t affect anybody else.”

The Guardian claims that the article and associated TikTok video were taken down shortly after The Guardian contacted them to inquire about the publication of the rumor. The Guardian said that the story was pulled within minutes of its journalists contacting The Australian’s editor-in-chief.

The hashtag #PrinceOfPegging was still trending on Twitter until Friday. Ryanair is a low-cost airline mocked WilliamDirectly over the story



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