Kate Middleton has been a constant subject of pregnancy rumors, and one outlet claimed last year that she was having a baby on Christmas season.
Kate Middleton and Prince William are parents to three adorable children Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2. In December 2019, one tabloid alleged that she was pregnant and about to give birth. However, the Cambridges haven’t welcomed a new baby since Prince Louis.
Kate Middleton expecting a fourth baby
Woman’s Day published a report claiming that Kate Middleton was about to give birth to her fourth baby in December. The cover featured the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a green sweater. The picture was perfect for the holiday theme as it was a Christmas season.
A source told the outlet that the future king and queen had always dreamed of adding one more child to their brood. The royal parents had reportedly told their three kids about their upcoming sibling. All the kids, especially Princess Charlotte, were happy after learning the news.
Middleton’s pregnancy rumor debunked
Gossip Cop debunked the report because there was no new baby in sight. The absence of the baby only proved that the report was false.
It’s also not true that Princess Charlotte and Prince George were excited for their upcoming sibling because it didn’t happen.
Besides, Kate Middleton has always been a subject of non-stop pregnancy rumors. Thus, the report was not new at all.
The outlet also riddled the report with false claims. It praised Kate Middleton as the “caring duchess” while shading Meghan Markle.
It also quoted unnamed sources claiming that Middleton urged her husband to extend an olive branch to the Sussexes.
Meghan and Prince Harry shaded the royal family
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming biography caused a stir. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they didn’t make any contribution to the book. Besides, the authors did not interview them for the publication.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s Finding Freedom aims to show the real personalities of the Sussexes. The press often misinterprets both, and the two want to correct that. However, many felt that it shaded the other members of the firm.
“That may have been the original aim, but over 24 chapters of score-settling and swipes at the royal family, the institution of monarchy, royal aides and the media, their admirable charitable endeavors are swamped by bitter recriminations,” royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah wrote for The Sunday Times.
“The book is likely to make particularly hurtful reading for the Queen, the grandmother Harry has said he ‘adores’ if indeed a copy finds its way to Balmoral, where she is about to decamp for her summer break with most of her family.”
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