Kate Middleton seems to be perpetually hovered by pregnancy rumours. Within months of giving birth to daughter Princess Charlotte last May, the Duchess of Cambridge found herself amid brand new speculations about the third royal baby. And while all these months, neither Prince William nor Kate has said anything officially, a latest report has claimed that the Palace has instead "confirmed" that the mother of two is pregnant with twin girls.
After rounds of rumours and speculations, Hollywood Life reports that Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to be parents again, and this time around, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are apparently expecting twins.
"It's early days, but the buzz in the royals' inner circle is that Kate's pregnant again, and this time she's got not one but two buns in the oven," a source said.
The report further stated that the royal couple wasn't even trying and that Middleton found this out via sonogram. And when she apparently sent the pictures to William, he thought she was joking.
"They weren't even trying. So, when Kate sent him the pictures, he immediately called her and said, 'You're joking aren't you? We're not really having another baby right now,'" the source added.
And this is when the mother-of-two apparently told him that they were having twins and that she was in fact 12 weeks along with the two girls.
The website has gone by the report in the latest edition of a gossip magazine, whose cover page boldly announced â€” "Palace Confirms" Kate Middleton is expecting twin girls.
But Gossip Cop has rubbished these rumours and claimed that the Palace has exclusively assured the website that it has made no such confirmations. The website further said that the gossip magazine keeps "falsely impregnating" the Duchess and even this time around she is "not" pregnant with twin girls and is definitely not currently expecting.
It looks like these could be just another round of pregnancy rumours as Prince William and Kate Middleton are apparently getting ready for an official trip to Bhutan and India.