Since Rose Hanbury’s rumored tryst with Prince William surfaced in March, fans of Kate Middleton have been maliciously trolling her on social media. Without diving deep into the cheating rumor, here’s a quick Rose Hanbury background check for angry fans who still can’t get over the salacious gossip — from how and when she met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to how she earned the title of Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

She was a professional model before she got married

Before marrying David Rocksavage, Hanbury made a living by modeling. She was represented by Storm Models, the same agency that represented supermodel Kate Moss.

She earned her royal title after marrying a marquess

Hanbury’s husband, David Rocksavage, is the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley. Following their wedding, Hanbury earned the title of Marchioness of Cholmondeley.

She’s living a luxurious life

Hanbury lives in a ridiculously extravagant house known as the Houghton Hall. It has gorgeously landscaped gardens, a large and well-stocked kitchen and dining rooms that look like something straight out of “Downton Abbey.”

She has other royal connections

Hanbury is also a member of the peerage of the United Kingdom. Her grandmother, Lady Elizabeth Lambert, was the daughter of the 10th Earl of Cavan.

She’s a member of the Turnip Toffs

The Turnip Toffs is a tight-knit bunch of aristocrats living within the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s neighborhood in Norfolk, England. As a marchioness living in the area, Hanbury is tangentially part of Prince William and Kate’s lives.

She’s currently a mom of three

Like Prince William and Kate, Hanbury and Rocksavage also have three children. They have twin boys, Alexander Hugh George and Oliver Timothy George, and a little girl, Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley.

She used to be friends with Kate

Hanbury used to be close to Kate, but they had a terrible falling out after reports of her alleged affair with Prince William came out. Kate even asked Prince William to phase her and her husband out of their circle.

She and Kate are patrons of the same charity

While Kate ended their friendship back in March, they remain patrons of a common charity. They both support the East Anglia Children’s Hospice, a charity dedicated to children and young adults with life-threatening conditions.

David Rocksavage, Prince William, Rose Hanbury and Kate Middleton HRH Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are greeted by David Cholmondeley, Marquess of Cholmondeley, and Rose Cholmondeley, Marchioness of Cholmondeley, as they attend a gala dinner in support of East Anglia's Children's Hospices' nook appeal at Houghton Hall on June 22, 2016, in King's Lynn, England. Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images