Kate Middleton and Prince William recently announced details about their third baby weeks after confirming that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pregnant. While everyone is still guessing at the gender of their baby number three, a new report claims that Kate may actually be pregnant with twins.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby number three is reportedly a set of identical twins, according to a report from Life & Style. An insider told the publication that the royal couple recently found out that they were pregnant with identical twins and were excited to share the news with their families and loved ones.
The said insider shared that Kate and William were “both shocked” when they learned that they were pregnant with twins. However, the Duke of Cambridge allegedly expressed concerns over his wife once the twins are born, as this would mean that Kate would have a lot to take on her shoulders aside from taking care of their two children – Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The report also claims that Queen Elizabeth has already been informed about this and was “thrilled” when she heard that the royal family would soon be welcoming twins. However, Gossip Cop maintains that Kate and William are not expecting twins, noting an earlier announcement from Kensington Palace.
In the said announcement, the palace stated that Kate and William’s third baby is due in April 2018. The publication notes that the announcement stressed on the word “baby” and not “babies.”
E! News reports that the announcement on the due date for Kate and William’s baby number three came just hours after announcing that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Norway and Sweden in 2018. This came as a great news among their followers; however, some expressed concern over Kate’s busy schedule and whether she should be doing official visits and traveling from one place to another.
It can be recalled that Kate recently suffered from acute morning sickness, which prompted her to miss out on several visits and events. The Duchess of Cambridge, however, seemed well enough when she made her first appearance since the confirmation of her pregnancy to celebrate World Mental Health Day at Buckingham Palace.
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