Kate Middleton NOT Pregnant And Due On Christmas, Despite Report
Kate Middleton is NOT pregnant, despite yet another tabloid cover story. This one falsely claims the Duchess of Cambridge is due on Christmas. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the report.
The new edition of Life & Style, which came out on Wednesday, announces, “Kate Makes It Official: I’m Pregnant!” The accompanying story not only asserts that Middleton is “four months pregnant,” but also claims she and Prince William are “expecting a Christmas baby.”
“It’s official! She’s due on Christmas,” a so-called “insider” is quoted as saying. “Kate and William are overjoyed.” It’s further claimed that the couple “quietly shared the news with their parents earlier in the pregnancy, with Kate happily announcing, ‘I’m pregnant!'” The supposed source goes on to say, “They don’t mind whether No. 3 is a boy or a girl. They already have one of each, so they just want their next child to be healthy.”
And though the magazine purports that Middleton has a visible “baby bump,” it also cites its tipster as saying there’s “concern” because she hasn’t put on much weight. Naturally, a doctor who has never met the mom of two speculates about her pregnancy health. But if any of this sounds familiar, it’s because Life & Style has published four nearly identical “pregnant” articles over the last year, and there was even a cover story in April that announced Middleton was having “twins.”
Tellingly, this new version less than three months later says nothing about twins. Now a real royal insider exclusively assures Gossip Cop that these latest reports of her being pregnant are “not true,” and any valid announcement would come from the palace. A U.S. tabloid is not going to break the news, particularly an outlet that has previously run all the erroneous pregnancy covers seen below.