Kate Middleton and Prince William
Prince William and Kate leave after attending the Christmas Day service at church in Sandringham, eastern England, December 25, 2015.Reuters

Kate Middleton, in the last couple of months, has constantly been subjected to pregnancy rumours. The Duchess of Cambridge, who is busy getting ready for her very first solo television interview, is now said to be in her early stages of her pregnancy and will apparently deliver her third baby with Prince William in June.

Rumours are running wild that after Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to become parents again and will soon be welcoming their third baby. According to Youth Health, the mother-of-two's baby bump is not visible because she is in her early stages and the signs will soon become noticeable.

"Friends are saying the baby will arrive around June. They say Kate is at the very beginning of her pregnancy and won't show any sign of a bump until next year," Youth Health quoted a source. 

The report further stated that Middleton's diet has changed and she has been having food cravings, which are similar to those while she was carrying her daughter Charlotte.

"She's having funny food cravings. She's been eating very spicy curries and pizza with piles of chili flakes. When she was expecting George and Charlotte, she developed the same taste for hot foods," the source added.

With these rumours coming to fore again, it makes us wonder if pregnancy was the actual reason for the couple missing out on their family Mustique holiday.

Every year at this time, the Duke and Duchess join the Middletons for a vacation in Mustique, but this year the royal couple gave it a miss. While it's easy to assume that it could be because the Duchess is actually pregnant with her third baby, Hello Magazine on the contrary, reports that it was just a parent call.

According to the report, the royal couple thought a holiday when their son George has just started with his Montessori School would be a bad idea as it would disrupt his new routine. Also, they didn't want Princess Charlotte to go through the trouble of being on the long flight and coping with the four-hour time difference.

There is no official confirmation about this third pregnancy, but it looks like it could well be just a rumour as the both Prince William and Kate Middleton are really busy with a lot of royal engagements lined up in the coming months.