Prince William and Kate Middleton are NOT fighting over whether to have baby number three, despite made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can reveal the truth.
The baseless allegation comes from Life & Style, which blares in a headline, "William And Kate: Tension Over Baby No. 3." In its accompanying article, the magazine claims that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been "arguing over expanding their brood" for some time. A supposed "royal insider" is quoted as telling the outlet, "William's happy with the family as it stands, while Kate wants another baby."
The publication's "source" further contends that Middleton, coming from a family of three kids, "thinks it's the perfect number." Prince William, on the other hand, is allegedly content with having just one boy and one girl. "He feels they have enough on their plate already," adds the tabloid's tipster. The rest of the article is filled with various claims about Prince William and Middleton's "other disagreements," in an effort to paint the couple as having numerous marital problems with one another, on top of their "battle" over having a third child.
But the entire story is wrong. Prince William and Middleton are not fighting over whether to have baby number three. Such decisions are made privately, and neither of them or their few trusted confidantes are sharing that kind of personal information with the untrustworthy tabloid. In fact, a palace insider would only tell Gossip Cop that the couple is "on the same page" with its family matters.
Let's put this all in perspective. Life & Style knows nothing about Middleton and Prince William. It's actually funny that the discredited publication is claiming the royals are fighting over whether or not to have a third child, considering just four weeks ago the tabloid reported that it already had an official announcement that Middleton was pregnant with baby number three. The same dimwits also maintained in October that Middleton was pregnant and just 90 pounds.
Similarly, the same unreliable outlet exclaimed exactly one year ago that the Duchess would give birth on Christmas in 2016. And before that, in April 2016, the magazine said Middleton was pregnant with twins. Curiously, in many of those phony pregnancy stories, the tabloid claimed Prince William was excited about having another baby. Simply, the magazine can't keep track of all its lies and fake news.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.