Duchess of Cambridge's uncle admits punching wife in face
Nov 15 2017 by Francis Osborne
Kate Middleton's uncle, Gary Goldsmith, appeared in court in London on Tuesday (14 November 2017) and admitted punching his wife in the face and knocking her to the ground after a drunken argument on the way home from a charity event. He was then told to have seen Mr. Goldsmith, the hit violently in the face by pressing a left hook.
Goldsmith pleaded guilty to one count of assault by beating, with prosecutor Kate Shilton describing to the court how Mrs Goldsmith fell down after her husband threw what was described by their taxi driver Daniel Shepherd as a "left hook".
Carole Middleton - Kate's mother - is the older sister of Goldsmith, who attended the weddings of the Duchess and her sister Pippa.
The court was told Mrs Goldsmith then asked the taxi driver to call the police.
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Mrs Goldsmith was knocked to the ground, where she remained with her eyes closed for around 15 seconds before waking up and staggering to her feet, the court heard.
Julie-Ann is his fourth wife.
The court was told that, when the taxi driver challenged Goldsmith over his actions, he then became aggressive towards him. During this time, the uncle of Kate Middleton seemed "panicked" and was " back-and-forth in the house trying to make it fit ".
Charges that are only partly recognized by Gary Goldsmith, who is said to have actually hit his wife, but without having taken " a left hook ".
Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot said: "I am excluding custody and looking at a community order". "I'm not really. I've had my moments - I'm not totally innocent - but am I disliked by my family?" He was brought up with his sister in Southall, west London.