Kate Middleton Got Angry When Staffers Brought Her Pickles Because She’s Lost Her Appetite For Them?

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Kate Middleton Pickle

By Holly Nicol |

Kate Middleton Pickle

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Did Kate Middleton get angry when staffers brought her pickles because she’s lost her appetite for them? That’s the latest claim from one of this week’s tabloids, which follows up from a previously fabricated report. Gossip Cop can correct this made-up story. We’re told it’s “not true.”

Last month, Gossip Cop corrected the National Enquirer for falsely alleging Middleton had a jar of pickles delivered to Kensington Palace to satisfy her pregnancy craving. In that bogus tale, the magazine wrongly claimed the Duchess of Cambridge even had a security guard’s wife make the special delivery. But in its latest issue, the tabloid announces in yet another bizarre headline, “Answer ‘Quickle,’ You Tummy-Stressed Pickle!” In the accompanying story, the magazine claims that Middleton, who is now allegedly disgusted by the vegetable, flipped out when a member of staff brought her what was once her preferred pregnancy snack.

The publication’s dubious “Middleton family insider” is then quoted as saying, “Finally regaining a bit of appetite, Kate sent minions out for pickles on toast, happily gobbling the sour sandwiches for a week.” Further purports the outlet’s questionable source, “But when a servant served up a massive munchie encore one evening, Kate turned fickle on her pickle and snapped: ‘Revolting! Get it away!'”

Regardless of the seemingly fake quotes, Gossip Cop still looked into the re-telling of the Enquirer’s original tale, and a royal source tells us the report is 100 percent “not true.” And similarly to its previous story, not a single British outlet reported this development in Middleton’s pregnancy craving saga. The tale is nothing more than a fabrication.

Of course, we’re not remotely surprised by the magazine’s newest article, as the tabloid is regularly caught peddling fake news about the Duchess of Cambridge. Remember, Gossip Cop recently called out the often disproven publication for wrongly claiming in a ridiculous story that Middleton’s underwear was stolen from inside Kensington Palace. That wasn’t true, and the same goes for its latest piece of royal fiction.

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