A Kate Middleton pregnancy is not on the cards despite a faulty report done by Life & Style. The tabloid stated that the duke and duchess were expecting a third child on Christmas.
Congratulations are in order for Kate Middleton, who's pregnant with her & husband Prince William's third child! pic.twitter.com/OfUN0Apkzb— NTA News (@NTANewsNow) July 14, 2016
Last week, Life & Style published on the cover of their magazine that Middleton had proudly proclaimed she was due to have another kid. The headline stated, “Kate Makes It Official: I’m Pregnant!” The publication also wrote that the duchess was “four months pregnant,” according to Gossip Cop.
Life & Style claimed that they had an inside source which disclosed to the tabloid Kate Middleton and Prince William’s happy news.
“It’s official! She is due on Christmas. Kate and William are overjoyed.”
The Kate Middleton pregnancy insider goes on to say that Queen Elizabeth was happy when she heard the announcement. The nameless Kensington Palace tipster said that the queen thought this was “a fabulous present for her 90th birthday this year.”
Naturally, the story gets crazier as it progresses. The unnamed source also apparently told Life & Style that the duke and duchess want “at least four children “to follow in the monarch’s footsteps.” Queen Elizabeth has one daughter and three sons. Her son, Prince Charles, is the likely heir to the queen’s throne.
Kate Middleton’s pregnancy insider claims to know a lot about what the duke and duchess want in a family.
“They don’t mind whether No. 3 is a boy or a girl. They already have one of each, so they just want their next child to be healthy.”
The supposed royal insider also stated that the royal couple had “quietly shared the news with their parents earlier in the pregnancy.” Shortly after Life & Style published the story, Gossip Cop debunked the rumor.
Kate Middleton’s pregnancy is supposed to be quite apparent, according to Life & Style. The tabloid says that the duchess’ baby bump is “visible.” While the magazine continues to perpetuate this rumor, Gossip Cop calls Life & Style out for the claim about Middleton’s weight. The alleged Kensington Palace insider told the tabloid that they had some “concern” that the duchess hadn’t put on so much weight.
This isn’t the first time that Kate Middleton has received criticism for her weight. Celeb Dirty Laundry previously accused the duchess of having an eating disorder in March.
“When Kate is feeling hungry she supposedly puts some almond milk and berries in a blender, maybe with a little protein powder, and whips up a smoothie to fill her up. We’re not buying it.”
Though previous Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors weren’t mentioned in Celeb Dirty Laundry’s older article, the author discusses how motherhood has worn the duchess out. She writes, “Kate is chasing after a nearly three-year-old Prince George and one-year-old Princess Charlotte all day long.” The online tabloid then states that Middleton constantly chasing after her children is another reason the duchess isn’t looking well. Celeb Dirty Laundry also wrote that Kate Middleton’s supposed eating disorder was causing trouble with her husband, Prince William.
“The last thing Prince William needs is a wife with an eating disorder. It opens William up to comparisons to his cold and unfeeling father Prince Charles.”
Kate Middleton’s pregnancy rumors were put to rest by Gossip Cop. The online tabloid-busting publication confirmed with an actual royal insider that these baby rumors are “not true” by any means. Gossip Cop also further explained that a Kate Middleton pregnancy would never be announced in an American publication. The website also called out Life & Style for “publishing four nearly identical ‘pregnant’ article over the last year.”
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