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A new report about Khloe Kardashian wanting her baby True to marry Prince George is made-up. The fabricated claim comes from HollywoodLife, a site so well-known for manufacturing phony stories around real news events that it's often referred to as HollywoodLies. In this case, the often discredited blog took Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on Saturday to create its tall tale about how Kardashian already thinks her 6-week-old daughter should marry Prince William and Kate Middleton's 4-year-old son Prince George.

Here's how HollywoodLies came up with it bogus article. Early Saturday, Kardashian shared on Instagram some thoughts about the royal wedding, as she watched it live. She could be heard in the background saying, as a TV screen was seen with the wedding broadcasting, "This is so beautiful." The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star also remarked, "That's what I was waiting for" when Prince Harry and Markle kissed outside of St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. "They're prince and princess now," she further commented outloud.

Whether her thoughts on the royal wedding are newsworthy or not to warrant an article on its own, it still prompted People to publish a story titled, "Khloe Kardashian Congratulates Meghan Markle on Royal Wedding: She's a 'Princess Now!'" The generally reliable magazine began its report, "American royalty Khloe Kardashian is sending her congratulations to Britain's new princess, Meghan Markle." Technically, Markle is not a princess. She's now the Duchess of Sussex. Regardless, that set off a lightbulb at the fiction factory known as HollywoodLies to come up with its totally fabricated story.

And while Kardashian commented throughout the royal wedding, she never publicly said anything about her daughter during the ceremony. Instead, HollywoodLies once again made up an unnamed and untraceable "source" who it quoted as privately claiming Kardashian expressed that she wants True to marry Prince George. Not surprisingly, the blog doesn't say to whom the reality star said it or where or when. But basic journalism aside, the outlet maintains an alleged insider shared, "Khloe thinks it would be amazing for one of the Kardashian girls to be the future Queen, and it would be the perfect combination of British and American royalty." Of course, the whole idea of them being "American royalty" was nothing more than a tongue-in-cheek remark made by People.

More importantly, as Gossip Cop has pointed out on numerous occasions, HollywoodLife has a track record for concocting fake news about Kardashian. Several months ago, for example, the repeatedly debunked site swore up and down that it had a "source" who assured the blog Kardashian was having a baby boy. Obviously, that was a lie.

HollywoodLies was also wrong about the naming of Kardashian's baby after she gave birth to True. Of course, if the reality star wants an introduction to the little prince, her sister Kim can hook if up. Back in 2015, the same untrustworthy site made up a phony tale about how Prince George's parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William, called to congratulate Kim and Kanye West on Saint's birth. Oh wait, that was a lie, too.

Basically, as Gossip Cop has already proven, the site manufactures untrue articles about Kardashian. Still, in an effort to get every side, we checked in with Kardashian's camp to see whether there was any validity to the claim that she wants True to marry Prince George. A rep for the family simply laughed off HollywoodLies' absurd claim.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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