Pregnant Princess Kate Middleton Baby Bump Number 2 Photos? Rumors After Prince George Alexander Louis [UPDATE]
Rumors are once again flying that Princess Kate Middleton may be pregnant. A major US tabloid is claiming that they published photos of royal baby bump number 2. These latest rumors come just months after the birth of her first child, Prince George Alexander Louis.
Us Weekly was among the first to declare Kate pregnant with her second child. The tabloid is basing their assertions on her appearance at a December 11 charity event, where she was seen clutching her tummy.
A week later, Star joined in on the fun, actually making Catherine their cover story. The tabloid quoted an alleged source who was also at the December 11 function as revealing:
“There was definitely what seemed to be a little bump showing already. And William was so attentive to her, quietly whispering to Kate and asking if she wanted to sit down or needed a sip of water. It was so sweet.”
That’s not all the tabloid is alleging either. According to a second source, Kate’s pregnancy has been confirmed by her doctor, and the royal family couldn’t be happier about it.
“Kate only recently confirmed it with her doctor, then shared the happy news with William; she’s barely three months along at this point. Their immediate family was obviously thrilled beyond words when the couple told them the news.”
Of course, unlikely baby rumors aren’t the only reason people are talking about the gorgeous Kate Middleton.
Her charitable work is also getting her a lot of attention. Even Prince Charles praised the young duchess for her help with the Scouts, telling the media:
“I need hardly say that I am particularly delighted that my daughter-in-law has helped to swell the ranks of much-needed Scout volunteers, since enrolling many more adults as leaders is the greatest need for so many of our youth organizations.”
What do you think about the tabloids’ latest claims? Is there any chance that Kate is actually pregnant? Are you a fan of her charity work.
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