Did Pippa Middleton ask Kate Middleton for advice on how to get pregnant? That's the claim from one particular tabloid. Gossip Cop can correct this report. We're told it's "false."
The bogus allegation comes from Star, which blares in a bizarre headline, "Kate's Sexy Fertility Trick Made Pippa A Blushing Bride!" In the accompanying story, the magazine asserts that Pippa, who is "desperate to conceive," literally went "head over heels" for her new husband James Matthews on their wedding night, and "it's all because of sister Kate." According to the publication, Pippa asked the "fertile" Duchess of Cambridge for her "expert advice" on how to boost her chances of conceiving a child and it involved some interesting calisthenics.
In terribly unnatural language, a so-called "source" is quoted as saying, "Kate confessed her own little trick was to stand on your head after doing 'the deed' and think very naughty thoughts." If it weren't already obvious, the entire story is inaccurate. As Gossip Cop reported, it was announced on Monday that Kate is pregnant with her third child, and since then, a number of outlets have exploited the baby news to manufacture articles tied to her pregnancy.
Remember, Gossip Cop debunked the often disproven Celeb Dirty Laundry earlier this week when it falsely alleged Pippa was preparing to announce her own pregnancy in the wake of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's exciting announcement. That blog alleged Pippa was going to bring a new life into the world because she and her sister are locked in a "sibling rivalry." Of course, none of that was true, and the same goes for Star's latest fabrication.
A source close to the situation tells Gossip Cop the article about Pippa asking her sister for advice on how to get pregnant on her wedding night is "false." Other than the obvious absurdities contained within the story, Pippa married billionaire Matthews in May, and it's rather odd that the magazine is publishing a report about her wedding night three months later. Clearly, as we noted above, the tabloid is exploiting this week's "hot topic" of Kate's pregnancy simply to concoct a bogus tale about the Duchess telling Pippa to stand on her head after sex.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.