Kate Middleton Did NOT Lose Twin Girls In Miscarriage, Despite Report
Kate Middleton did NOT suffer a miscarriage that resulted in her losing twin girls, despite an insensitive and false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s not true.
According to the National Enquirer, Middleton’s marriage to Prince William is falling apart over this alleged recent tragedy of losing their unborn babies. A so-called “royal insider” tells the magazine, “Instead of consoling each other over the miscarriage, Wills and Kate started bickering — and things escalated to the point where a sobbing Kate walked out!”
The outlet’s dubious source goes on to claim the Duchess of Cambridge was keeping her pregnancy a secret but “her worst nightmare happened when she suddenly fell ill. Although her doctor rushed to her side, the miscarriage couldn’t be prevented. Kate was shattered.” The tabloid’s supposed insider also purports that the couple tried retreating to their country home in Norfolk, England to recover from the loss, “but they couldn’t escape their problems,” and are headed for a split as a result.
But Gossip Cop checked in with a reliable source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us that nothing about the tabloid’s story is remotely true. We’re told Middleton was never pregnant with twin girls, she never suffered a miscarriage, and her marriage to Prince William isn’t in trouble. In fact, the Enquirer’s sister publications, Star and OK!, have both repeatedly published false stories about Middleton being pregnant with twins. Obviously, the Duchess never gave birth to twins and now the tabloid is seemingly covering its tracks by alleging a miscarriage. The entire narrative, however, is simply false.