There have rumors about Kate Middleton over the last few weeks after she failed to attend a number of weddings alongside her husband, Prince William. However, there is one rumor about the Duchess of Cambridge that has instantly been dismissed as untrue, after allegations that she was pregnant with her third child emerged.
The tabloid Star Magazine, via Hollywood Life, have alleged that Kate Middleton is “officially” pregnant with her third child.
In fact, the magazine even went as far as to include a fabricated quote from Prince William, which read, “It’s a wonderful surprise.”
They then added that Kate Middleton had canceled “seven appearances due to morning sickness,” before then declaring that Prince George has already insisted that he wants another sister.
Their report then even went on to insist that a source had informed them Kate Middleton’s third child would be born in either late April or early May. Star Magazine wrapped their allegations into another story about Kate Middleton’s recent absences from public life, stating that the Princess didn’t want to be photographed because she’s allegedly already showing.
However, Gossip Cop have now insisted that the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, and the Duchess of Cambridge aren’t expecting a new addition to their family. Gossip Cop have confirmed that, according to their insider, this report was “rubbish.”
They then went on to add that, over the years, Star Magazine have consistently created stories about Kate Middleton that they have then debunked. This has included previous reports in December 2013 and June 2014, which respectively alleged that Middleton was pregnant with a brother or sister for Prince George just months after he’d been born.
Kate Middleton and Prince William, who were married in April 2011, are already the proud parents to Prince George of Cambridge and Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Prince George was born on July 22, 2013, while his little sister Princess Charlotte followed on May 2, 2015.
Since Princess Charlotte was born at London’s St. Mary’s Hospital, Kate Middleton has kept herself out of the public eye, only making a handful of appearances at Royal events. However, the Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly going to make her return at an event next week, which will mark Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history. On September 9, 2015, Queen Elizabeth will eclipse Queen Victoria’s run of 63 years and 216 days.
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