Kate Middleton is not "concerned" about Prince William's alleged "dad bod," despite a new report. Gossip Cop can correct this fabrication. We're told it's "nonsense."
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, which is often caught peddling fake news about the royal family, the Duchess of Cambridge is worried about Prince William's weight and body shape. Without a single source to back up its premise, the website asserts that Middleton's husband "no longer looks like the heartthrob he used to be during his prime." The repeatedly discredited outlet goes on to add, "Appearance means everything for Middleton. She won't be able to keep up her reputation for always looking immaculate if her royal husband looks out of shape."
The blog further bizarrely states, "There's also the fact that Prince Harry is close to proposing to his girlfriend, Meghan Markle. And once they officially become an engaged couple, it's without a doubt that the media will begin comparing Harry and Meghan to William and Kate." The site then concludes, "The last thing Kate wants is for people to think that she picked the out-of-shape, balding royal brother to marry." But coming from the same website that once claimed Middleton wanted Prince William to be more like Prince Harry, Gossip Cop was understandably skeptical about CDL's latest story.
Not surprisingly, a royal source close to the situation assures us the article is complete "nonsense." While it's been reported that Prince William has joined the Chelsea Harbour Club, the same exclusive gym his mother belonged to, his wife is not remotely "concerned" about his so-called "dad bod." In the real world, Prince William is looking to maintain his fitness, and after years of playing soccer and polo, the royal is hardly close to developing a "dad bod."
Unfortunately, as we noted above, this isn't the first time Gossip Cop has corrected the untrustworthy site for manufacturing ridiculous stories about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. For example, we called out the webloid in July when it falsely alleged Prince William was "embarrassed" by Middleton's "commoner behavior." Evidently, the outlet has no real royal sources, and instead tries to dupe search engines and readers with its bogus tales.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.