Kate Middleton Pregnant? Source Claims Duchess Conceived After Olympics
Could Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, be pregnant? According to a source in the couple’s social circles, Kate and William have been trying to conceive before the end of the year, with one insider saying that the Duchess became pregnant shortly after the Olympics.
The news about a possible royal pregnancy comes after another insider reported that Middleton and Prince William have already started selecting baby names, reports The Christian Post.
According to the source, an official statement should be coming in the next few days or weeks, announcing the future king or queen of England. The source said:
“Friends say Kate is convinced it’s happened, and while she and William are keeping the news close to the vest, they’re delirious with joy.”
“A woman can always tell when the earliest signs appear, and it’s believe that a passionate night together at their rented country house on an estate in Wales, just after the end of the London Olympics, did the trick.”
The latest royal baby rumor should be taken with a grain of salt, however, until the news is officially confirmed by the royal palace, considering how many Kate Middleton baby rumors pop up each day.
Until we see a baby bump or at least an official confirmation, Kate baby bump watchers will continue to pour over every picture of the Duchess of Cambridge, hoping to see some evidence of the latest baby rumor
As for baby names? The royal couple have reportedly been considering naming the possible future queen Diana, after Prince William’s mother, or even Elizabeth, after the Queen herself.
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