Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Prince William's first love Rose Farquhar auditions for The Voice

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Prince William's first love Rose Farquhar auditions for The Voice... and even has the Duke's 'blessing'

Prince William will be seeing a familiar face if he tunes in to The Voice this weekend.
The Duke of Cambridge's first girlfriend Rose Farquhar is auditioning in front of, Paloma Faith, Ricky Wilson and Boy George.
Rose, 31, briefly dated William, 33, in 2000 after he finished his A'levels after meeting at the Beaufort Polo Club in Gloucestershire.

Rose is generally considered as the Prince's first serious girlfriend, with him going on to date several women at university before meeting his now-wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge in 2003.
Despite their romance faltering, Rose and William have always stayed on good terms and often see each other at society weddings due to their mutual friends in common.
An insider told The Sun that Rose - daughter of Captain Ian Farquhar, a master of the Beaufort Hunt - informed the Prince she was going on the show and he gave her his 'blessing'.
The Voice is the second TV talent show Rose has auditioned for after previously appearing on 2006's How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?.

She got down to the last 18 in the show to find a Maria for the West End production of The Sound Of Music.
Following the programme, she went on to receive a BBC Fame Academy Award to study Musical Theatre and Acting in New York City.
Aside from her love of singing, Rose's day job is promoting luxury brands such as Land Rover and Harrods, while she does a lot of charity work in her spare time.

Rose had to have reconstructive surgery on her face after being kicked by a horse after being thrown into a ditch.
On Saturday's episode of The Voice, Rose sings Anyone Who Had Heart, the Burt Bacharach classic performed by Dionne Warwick and Cilla Black.
The Voice is on BBC1 on Saturday 20 February at 7.15pm.

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