Mar 28, 2014 01:16 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rumors are always flying when it comes to the royal family. Today's headlines involve rumors that Princess Kate Middleton is helping to plan a pregnant Cressida Bonas wedding. Does this mean Prince Harry is engaged?
According to OK! Magazine, the answer is yes. The tabloid is reporting that the royals will be getting a little help from none other than Kate Middleton.
One source told the publication that Kate has already started planning the event, despite the fact that Cressy hasn't even been officially asked yet:
"Kate's already got a pile of wedding magazines and dress-designer suggestions for her! She knows better than anyone the complications associated with a royal wedding and plans on guiding Cressida through the whole thing. It's not a normal wedding where you can do what you want; this wedding belongs to the people of Great Britain."
That's not all the tabloid is claiming either. According to the same insider, Cressy may be pregnant on her big day:
"Harry is desperate to be a dad. He's made no secret of it since Kate got pregnant with Prince George. He's as broody as hell and would like three or four children. He loves kids."
Cressy's not the only one who may be expecting a royal baby in the near future. One source recently told Star that Kate Middleton is expecting her second child:
"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."
Though, this report has since been denied. When Prince William was asked if his beautiful bride was pregnant with her second child, Prince William responded:
"Maybe one day. One is enough for the moment."
What do you think about the latest rumors? Are you excited to potentially see another royal wedding? Is there any chance that Princess Kate could be pregnant with her second child?
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