Feb 23, 2014 07:57 AM EST | Jonathan Lambert (email@example.com)
Princess Kate Middleton may be pregnant again! Some tabloids are even claiming that Kate has revealed the gender of her second baby bump. According to reports, The Queen and Prince William are overjoyed that Kate is having a little baby girl.
In case you missed our previous article, Star chose Kate Middleton as their cover for the March 3rd edition of their tabloid. The often wrong publication even suggests that the sex of the child is known:
"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."
Having a daughter suits Prince William just fine, if the tabloid's report is actually true. One insider thinks his joy has something to do with his late mother, Princess Diana:
"William was ecstatic! He couldn't stop hugging her. He was actually a little surprised, because he was convinced it would be a boy. In his head, he was expecting a brother for George, because he himself grew up with a little brother...He knows his mother, Princess Diana, would have been overjoyed."
Though Us Weekly was the first to publish photos of Kate's alleged new bump, it was Star who claims to have confirmed her pregnancy.
Back in December, a source told the publication that Middleton just learned she was pregnant and, since then, has been telling her friends and family the good news:
"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."
What do you think about the latest rumors? Is there any chance that Middleton is actually pregnant? Will you be excited if it turns out to be a daughter?
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