Princess Kate Middleton Pregnant With Second Child? Prince William Wants Another Royal Baby Claims Tabloid [RUMORS]
Rumors are flying that claim Princess Kate Middleton may be pregnant with her second child. According to reports, Prince William wants another royal baby, and fast. Tabloids are claiming that they will be adding a new prince or princess to the kingdom within a year.
Kate just gave birth to her first child back in August, and already the public is clamoring for another bundle of joy. Of course, the public may not be the only ones.
Multiple tabloids are claiming that Kate and Will already talking baby #2. According to an insider who spoke to Life and Style:
"William and Kate are very keen to start trying for baby No. 2 and they'd be thrilled if Kate were pregnant by Christmas. William and Kate will be splitting their time during the holidays with Kate's family and the queen in Sandringham House in Norfolk, so it would be the perfect moment for an announcement."
This revelation comes just days before Prince George Alexander Louis is christened. The National Examiner offers some insight as to what we might expect on his day of baptism:
"The two month-old prince will be serenaded with hymns by 16 choristers from the Chapel Royal. The future monarch of England will be dressed in the original lace and silk christening robe first worn in 1841 by Queen Victoria’s son, the future King Edward VII. At the reception following the third in line to the British throne’s baptism, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will serve the top tier from their April 2011 wedding cake.”
Prior to the event, Kate and Will have some decisions to make. The most important of which is selecting godparents. Historically, little princes get six different godparents. While no official announcements have been made, one can safely assume that Prince Harry of Wales and Pippa Middleton will be selected.
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