Kate Middleton does not feel "frustrated" that her pregnancy has been "overshadowed" by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, nor does the Duchess of Cambridge believe she's been "forgotten" by the press that's eagerly awaiting an engagement announcement from the couple, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can correct these claims. We're told it's all "false."

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, which has a penchant for posting fake news, Middleton has "enjoyed the perks of being the royal family's one and only star for several years," but that's set to change when "Prince Harry proposes to Markle." Without a single source to back up its premise, the website ridiculously asserts that the "Suits" actress will be a "real threat" to Middleton when she "officially becomes a member of the British royal family." The outlet adds, "Middleton can get pregnant with ten royal babies," but "the press will still focus on Harry and Meghan and how perfect they are for each other."

There's one major problem with this story: it's not true. To be sure, the report is coming from the very same site that Gossip Cop once corrected when it wrongly claimed Middleton was "ruling out a third pregnancy." Its explanation back then? Because Prince Harry and Markle may have babies in the future that would "steal all the attention." Of course, Middleton went on to announce she was pregnant with her third child, which only further illustrated how CDL has no real sources.

Regardless of its ever-growing archive of falsehoods, Gossip Cop still fact-checked the webloid's latest article, and a royal insider assures it's "false." We're told the idea of Middleton feeling "frustrated" over her pregnancy being "overshadowed" by Prince Harry and Markle is complete nonsense.

Unfortunately, we're not remotely surprised by the outlet's most recent piece of fiction, as the bad blog is known for publishing inaccuracies about the royals. Just yesterday, Gossip Cop corrected the repeatedly discredited site for falsely alleging that Middleton was "concerned" about Prince William's so-called "dad bod." Like that phony article, this latest tale is equally untrue.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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