Prince William, Kate Middleton
Prince William, Kate Middleton and their son Prince George during a visit to the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London.Reuters file

Reports of Kate Middleton's second pregnancy have surfaced again. The Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly pregnant with her second baby just 10 weeks after suffering a miscarriage, according to reports.

For months there were reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were expecting their second baby and it was also being said that the gender of the baby had been revealed.

But more than two months ago reports surfaced that the Duchess suffered a miscarriage and lost her second baby.

However, sources close to Middleton have now claimed that the Duchess is indeed pregnant again.

According to Inquisitr, the UK's Globe magazine has carried the story of Middleton's second pregnancy in their 8 September issue.

"Happy tidings! Prince Williams' wife Kate is pregnant just 10 weeks after suffering a heartbreaking miscarriage, according to a source close the Duchess. Learn all the details and read about the thrilled couple's joy over their "miracle baby," the magazine reported, according to Inquisitr.

Even Celeb Dirty Laundry reported that the news is confirmed and the Royal couple has revealed the news only to people who are closest to them.

Another website reported quoting a source close to the couple that the Duchess is apparently very keen to get pregnant again.

"Kate has been talking about having at least three children, which is why she is keen to be pregnant again," Express quoted the source as saying.

"The Duke would probably be happy with two but Kate is very close to her brother and sister and there is a sense that as she is one of three, she would like to have three herself." 

But the pregnancy or miscarriage news has not been officially confirmed by the Royals. The Globe magazine reported saying that the second "miracle baby" is official, but the Royal couple has to make an official announcement regarding the same.