Feb 21, 2014 09:53 AM EST | Jonathan Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rumors are always flying when it comes to the royal family. Major US tabloids are claiming that Princess Kate is pregnant yet again. Pippa Middleton, her sister, is rumored to be getting engaged. The same can also be said for Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas.
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Star wins the award-once again-for ridiculous tabloid article of the week. This time, the publication is claiming that Kate Middleton is pregnant with her second child.
The laughable article went on to predict the gender of the babe as well, claiming that a source revealed Kate is expecting a girl. According to one insider, she is super excited:
"Little George is getting a sister, and Kate is absolutely thrilled. She was really hoping the next child would be a girl, and having it confirmed has just given her the best start to the year, Kate and William are ecstatic."
The same "insider" went on to claim that this was Prince William and Kate's plans all along:
"They've said all along that they want back-to-back babies. So Kate's closest friends have always known that she intended to get pregnant again quickly."
Pippa Middleton may not have any pregnancy plans in the near future, but numerous outlets are reporting that she could be getting married. For months now, tabloids have claimed that she would be tying-the-knot in 2014.
Of course, the same can also be said for Prince Harry and girlfriend Cressida Bonas. In fact, the odds are so good, that bookmakers have started taking bets, as DNA India reports:
"A rep of one of the largest bookmakers William Hill said that the rumor machine has gone into overdrive since the 29-year-old royal announced he was moving back to London, adding that it could well be the case that the world's most eligible bachelor will soon be off the market, the Daily Star reported."
We want to hear about the odds you're predicting.
Is Kate actually pregnant? Will Pippa say, "I do?" Is Prince Harry really ready to settle down?
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