ITW: Camilla Parker Bowles is telling people Kate Middleton may be infertile


I think this In Touch Weekly cover story crosses a line, but… I also kind of think that this is what Kate Middleton signed on for. It’s not like Kate is going to sue an American tabloid for reporting the rumor that she’s infertile. Plus, she should be able to prove everybody wrong soon enough. Anyway, the basic gist of ITW’s story is that CAMILLA has been telling everybody Kate’s fertility business. Which I could believe, because I have such a low opinion of Camilla. According to various sources, Camilla has been telling people that Kate has a history of health complications and she might not be able to conceive:

Kate’s new mother-in-law Camilla has been telling friends the royal bride has fertility problems which may prevent her from getting pregnant — according to sources. If the claims are true, the newlyweds are facing up to the fact that they may never produce an heir to the British throne!

“Health complications from Kate‘s adolescence raised red flags that may have an impact on her ability to conceive,” sources close to Camilla have told In In Touch Magazine.

The consequences would be devastating for the British monarchy. Both William, 28, and his father Prince Charles were born soon after their parents married, and the royal couple are under intense pressure to produce an heir soon.

Royal biographer Andrew Morton tells In Touch, “If Kate is not pregnant within the next nine months, she’ll be defying 200 years of British tradition.”

The last reining monarch to die without producing a legitimate heir was Will’s great-great-great-great-great uncle King William IV, more than 170 years ago!

If William does indeed die heir-less, the throne would defer to the eldest male child of his younger brother Harry.

Unlike most couples, adoption isn’t an option for William and Kate, 29 — only a biological child can be heir to the throne.

But sources tell In Touch the Duke and Duchess chose to ignore Kate’s medical problems for a marriage “based on love.”

[From HollyBaby]

Oh for the love of God. It’s way too soon for this kind of story. I can’t believe I’m defending my beloved Waity, but give the chica TIME. She’s on her honeymoon. Let’s see if William did his royal duty. If that doesn’t work out, there are many other options in fertility treatments. ITW should really take it down a notch.

By the way, regarding William and Kate’s honeymoon – Us Weekly reports this week that the whole cost of renting out all eleven villas on the North Island Resort in Seychelles has cost $720,000. For something like TEN days. Sources also claim that Will and Kate “participated in all the resort activities. They got involved in water sports with the best instructors in the world and even had golf carts and mountain bikes to explore the island on!” Sounds like a lot of work to avoid having honeymoon sex, right? No, I jest.

Meanwhile, regarding our new princess, the other Middleton, Pippa: Us Weekly also has a hilariously detailed story on how Pippa got her cute booty. The answer: Pilates. It didn’t take a whole article to say that!





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  1. brin says:

    Camilla needs to STFU, dear.

  2. Adilys says:

    Sad that she has to deal with this kind of ridiculous crap.

    On another note, the little girl covering her ears in that last pic is precious.

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  4. sapphire says:

    I doubt the source on this one. Camilla didn’t hold on for 20 plus years then grab the brass ring to shoot her mouth off now. And she is far more vulnerable to HRH.

  5. trolleydolly says:

    Utter, unmitigated bollocks.

  6. Jag says:

    She may just not be able to get pregnant until she gains a little weight. We’ve seen this before, and yes, it’s much too soon for the tabloids to be saying such things.

  7. Hautie says:

    If there was ever a girl, who knows exactly what is required of her. It is our girl Kate!

    So I seriously doubt that there will be any problems conceiving a baby.

    It is just ridiculous the lengths that the media goes to humiliate someone.

  8. chasingadalia says:

    Oh please, wait until they actually start trying, Camilla.

  9. ZenB says:

    I don’t think Waity would tell CAMILLA about her health issues. How many of us share with our step-mothers-in-law?

    Wouldn’t Camilla make a great Disney Villain? The evil step-mother-in-law?

  10. You don't say says:

    Tabloids are really missing the boat. Why isn’t Arnold on every cover? They don’t even have to make it up. I guess since the Arnold story was broken by a real newspaper, The LA Times, and not a tabloid, (though there is a fine line these days) they are peeved and won’t give them credit for intruding on their sleazy, slimy territory.

  11. Cheyenne says:

    Okay guys, I can’t stand Camilla. She looks like the north end of a southbound horse and she impresses me as being evil to boot. But I don’t for a second believe she shot off her mouth to some tabloid writer about Kate’s fertility or lack of it. If she did, the royals would slap her down so hard she’d leave a face print in the floor.

  12. JuJuBee says:

    LMAO, leave it to a mother in law to blab. Even if there was an inkling of truth to this and it was known before hand that Kate may have fertility problems, I doubt the Queen would have allowed them to marry.

  13. EdithP says:

    Isn’t Charles the Queen’s SECOND child? I don’t think he was born ‘soon after’ the marriage.

    And didn’t we hear a month ago that Kate is already knocked up? Make up your minds, tabloids.

  14. Praise St. Angie! says:

    give the girl a break!

    oh, and I can attest to the effect of Pilates on one’s butt…IT WORKS! it will lift, firm and perk-ify your butt for sure.

  15. sapphire says:

    Step-mom v. wife-always good for a few more issues. I expect we’ll see this theme repeatedly.

  16. ladybert62 says:

    I think that the queen and her staff would have had this possibility checked out long before she gave approval for the wedding – everyone knows the importance of William and Kate having an heir and if there was even a hint that such might be impossible, then the queen would not have allowed the marriage.

    Camilla is showing her usual trashy side by even discussing this publically.

  17. bb says:

    Exactly what i was thinking, #11. the Arnold cheating story is way juicier than the crap the tabloids are reporting. LoL

  18. WhiteNoise says:

    I second trolleydolly’s utter, unmitigated bollocks.

  19. daisydoodle says:

    I believe Diana had to go to the doctor to confirm her virginity, but I think you can be certain that a doctor’s appt was needed to confirm the ability to conceive, they’re not playing when it “comes” to heirs and spares, no pun intended.

  20. PrettyTarheel says:

    @EdithP-Good point. Isn’t Princess Anne the oldest child? Charles is the heir because of his all important testicles-they really do determine the most appropriate person to lead a country, after all.

  21. Devon says:

    I highly doubt Camilla has been running her mouth like this. And if by some chance this is true, then it’s no ones f*cking business. Having trouble conceiving is hard enough without speculation.

  22. Devon says:

    Oh and Charles is the oldest. Anne is younger by 2 years.

  23. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @ladybert, there’s no way of knowing if a woman can conceive and carry to term until she does it. There are plenty of people with unexplained infertility that SHOULD be able to conceive, but can’t. Conversely, there are people with diagnosed infertility (such as myself) who can conceive via medical intervention. In my case, through the use of clomid.

  24. JulieM says:

    EdithP and Pretty Tarheel: Huh? Charles is and always has been the Queen’s first born. Anne is second. Then the other two.

    I would not be surprised if Waity does indeed have difficulty producing an heir. No hips, small pelvis, low weight. But we will know soon enough. How ironic would it be that she clung on for nine years only to be barren.

    I really don’t think it’s true about Camilla shooting her mouth off, though. I just sincerely doubt it.

  25. tmbg says:

    This is sickening. They haven’t been married one full month yet and already they’re starting with the stupid rumor mill. I don’t believe it. InTouch is as bad as Star.

  26. AngelMay says:

    In Touch is the most evil tabloid, but their stories do have the ring of truth sometimes. Kate looks like her periods might be kinda light, you know?

  27. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @ladybert @daisydoodle, there’s no way of knowing if a woman can conceive and carry to term until she does it. There are plenty of people with unexplained infertility that SHOULD be able to conceive, but can’t. Conversely, there are people with diagnosed infertility (such as myself) who can conceive via medical intervention. In my case, through the use of clomid. So, even if Kate has a diagnosis of infertility, she may still be able to produce and heir.

  28. Slim27 says:

    No hips, small pelvis…., low weight!………tssskkkkk! I am sure kate knew what she was getting into when she married the future king. And enough with the waity stuff, its boring.

  29. PrettyTarheel says:

    Ok, I’m on crack, because I just did more research. Sorry guys! Blame the 38 wks along child sitting squarely on my pelvis for stealing the blood that was supposed to go to my brain.
    I also had an imaginary conversation with my husband, made 2 decisions based on it, and then reminded him of it only to have him go huh? It’s been that kind of a week. Too bad it’s only Wednesday.

  30. Devon says:

    @tmbg: in my experience is seems like people assume that as soon as a couple is married that kids are happening right away.

    It started with me at the rehearsal dinner! My MIL started the questions at the dinner table and for a while after we got married it’s all I got from people. We were so young when we got married (I was 24 & my husband was 22) that I was shocked that they thought we’d have them so quickly. It died down after a while when they realized we were still kids ourselves, however, it’s started back up again since we’ve been married 4 years and all of our friends who got married around the same time at least have 1 kid.

    Will & Kate aren’t even 30 yet. They’ve obviously done this whole thing on their own time so the kids will come when they come.

  31. EdithP says:

    My bad, Charles is the eldest. I wonder who I was thinking of. No matter!

  32. Mia says:

    Don’t believe it. The Queen would have never allowed them to marry if Waity was barren. Regardless of her fondness for her grandson, she is the protector of the realm (the monarchy). There’s no way in hell she’d allowed William to marry a woman who couldn’t provide heirs to the throne. She’d sooner sanction an extramartial affair than risk the throne.

  33. original kate says:

    “How ironic would it be that she clung on for nine years only to be barren.”

    @ juliem: you actually use the word “barren?” really? it isn’t 1930.

  34. mommyesq says:

    maybe Wills is impotent or shooting blanks, and Camilla is trying to start a rumor to put the blame on Kate first?

  35. HEB says:

    What frustrates me is that they said in their engagement interview that they are going to wait a year to try…I respect their decision but thats a whole extra year of torment that she doesn’t need to go through

  36. REALIST says:

    If this is true, Camilla is truly an Uber b–ch. When the world ends on Saturday, we know which way she’s going…

  37. Cirque28 says:

    I’m sure she’s fertile plus they’ve only been married for 5 minutes! Even if she’s not fertile, it’s not like there aren’t spare royals hanging around doing nothing who could fill the role of figurehead. One of those crazy hat girls would do. Beatrice or whoever.

  38. daisydoodle says:

    @morticians, I didn’t say doctors could look into a crystal ball, however, you can determine if she has a regular cycle, endometriosis, etc. I have medical training so I do know a few things….This is Kate’s new job, so I’m sure they made sure with or without medical intervention she would be able to conceive.

  39. Dirty Martini says:

    Dont believe Camilla said it. Dont believe Waity weighs enough to get knocked up.

  40. Ken says:

    Gaaawd! No pressure there! I wonder if Camilla really said that – really?? She’s viewed as the wicked witch, so it’s easy to make her out to be the loud mouth. I’m sure the old bat would have her ass in a sling if she said anything like that about Kate. I feel for the royals, especially Kate – they better fasten their seat belts, this is only the beginning…

  41. KateNonymous says:

    1) Why would Camilla know?
    2) Why would it be in her interests to share this news if she does know it?

  42. InFormed says:

    Does this magazine have ANY concern for the truth? Sorry, stupid question.

    First of all, though I’m not a big fan of Camilla, there is not a chance in England Greenest Hills she would be sharing this kind of twaddle. I loved Diana, but must admit that inappropriate sharing was her vice, not the Rottweiller’s.

    As further proof of this rag’s complete indifference to even a passing acquaintance with actual journalism, Harry’s eldest son would NOT be next in line for the throne… Harry himself would have that dubious honor.

    Salacious rags – and they don’t even make it particularly interesting.

  43. Hanh says:

    Kate will put the weight back on now that its after the wedding. Its not like they’re giving her so much to do that she’s going to stress out over it. Her only job right now is to produce an heir and a spare. Its sad that pretty much the bump watch will be going on until they tell us they don’t want anymore children.

  44. gg says:

    No way, man. Utterly false bs and ITW should be ashamed.

  45. tmbg says:

    @Devon – I don’t know how I lucked out, but everyone has left me alone about kids. I made it very clear to every person I knew that I didn’t want any and my husband was fine with it. The only person who questioned me was my grandma and she laid off when my mom told her to stop. In-laws have never bugged me once. Sometimes I can’t believe it, because most people think you’re insane if you don’t want a child.

    Anyway, as far as Kate’s weight goes, I worked with a woman who made Kate look huge (she was a tiny whip of a thing) and she had three kids in very short succession with no problems. So it is possible to get pregnant while being very thin.

  46. MeriJaan says:

    I always knew Camilla was a b!tch.

  47. cailinos says:

    I know it’s pointless to stand up here for Camilla (no longer Parker Bowles), as I do….but she would not, cannot be guilty of this. Utterly untypical, whereas there IS a pushy royal-by-marriage who genuinely IS trashy and deserving of the Camilla opprobrium..and tis not Fergiana! In spite of the adultery, the, can’t think of other sins…Camilla is actually a real lady, far above such tawdry behaviour.

  48. anon says:

    Listen I get she’s not fair play in the tabloid’s eyes but I feel for her. IF this is true (big IF), I agree there are a slew of IF treatments these days. We dont know what we dont know. Game of telephone – details get dropped. I went through my own struggles with this and would not wish it on any woman (well maybe the women who should NOT be having kids for addiction and other reasons).

  49. Mika says:

    By all (believable) accounts, Will and (be extension)Kate have a good relationship with Camilla. Will has gone on the record many many times saying that he cares for Camilla because she makes his father happy.

  50. gamblea says:

    I had no hips and low weight, and popped out 3 healthy large babies.

  51. albeli says:

    OMFG, they JUST got married. STFU, Camilla. Damn.

  52. CG says:

    @ ladybert62: ITA! I could be really wrong about this, but I seem to remember stories about doctors “checking out” Diana before the wedding to make sure everything was in working order so she could start popping out the babies ASAP. Even if Waity weren’t subjected to a full-on pelvic, I can’t imagine the subject of fertility and conceiving children didn’t come up before the engagement/wedding.

  53. Solveig says:

    I third trolleydolly’s ‘utter, unmitigated bollocks’.
    Camilla has never opened her mouth in 15 years, I don’t see why she should spit venom now. She has always lived her life low key, as far as I know.
    Fact is, Kate is skinny=she can’t conceive!

  54. TeeTee says:

    dag!! the pressure is on huh??

    Camilla needs to keep her dirty trap shut!

  55. lolas says:

    Not sure why the hate on for Camilla…she seems alright to me, and this ITW story is clearly bullshit.

  56. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @daisydoodle “I think you can be certain that a doctor’s appt was needed to confirm the ability to conceive.”

    you can’t blame me for thinking that the above statement meant you believed doctors are capable of confirming fertility. So please don’t treat me as if I’m daft for stating that fertility cannot be determined via exam.

    “you can determine if she has a regular cycle, endometriosis, etc. I have medical training so I do know a few things”

    Checking basic reproductive health is far different than determining fertility, and
    unless your “medical background” is in reproductive endocrinology I don’t suspect your insights are expert.

  57. marymary says:

    Lainey reported earlier this year that before Kate and William got married she had to go through medical tests to determine if she was fertile/infertile. As CG pointed out, Diana went through similar tests before her wedding, and this seems to be something that’s required of all would-be royal brides, so it’s just business as usual. (And not a conspiracy against Kate.) Anyway, I don’t think for a minute that Camilla would say something like this. In Touch Weekly for the win, again.

  58. JulieM says:

    Slim27: I will continue to bore you with the nickname Waity. And I guess so will Kaiser.

    Original Kate: Yes, I did use the word barren. Did you understand what I meant? Yes? Then I guess it’s still an operative word. Word police out in full force.

    MorticiansDoItDeader has an excellent point. A doctor’s exam can determine health of necessary organs, but that does not necessarily equate to being fertile.

    As I said in my original post, Kate can easily prove everyone wrong and give birth within the year. Time will tell.

  59. Cheyenne says:

    Solveig: Kate is skinny=she can’t conceive!

    ROFL! This is a fact? I had no problem at all getting pregnant when I weighed 107 lbs.

  60. dread pirate cuervo says:

    Waity hasn’t had enough time to miss a damn period!

  61. Cheyenne says:

    gg: Utterly false bs and ITW should be ashamed.

    ITW proved a long time ago that shame is something they never heard of.

  62. daisydoodle says:

    @mortitican, I didn’t think this was going to be a battle of words or backgrounds, however, I am not an endocrinologist, but you can, like you suggested, check the woman’s reproductive health. At least, 30 years later, one doesn’t have to prove virginity. I’m sorry I might have touched a nerve, it’s a blog, no one here knows any facts regarding Kate’s and William’s reproductive chances, and I certainly hold any credence with ITW.

  63. Zelda says:

    Whether everyone has a low opinion of Camilla or not, that woman does not dish secrets. She’s kept lots of secrets about lots of secrets for several decades now.
    She didn’t start suddenly running a gossip column out of nowhere.

  64. shazzzz says:

    What crap….Leave them alone…

  65. Mary says:

    Camy should shut her horse face. If Kate was known to be Infertile and it was verified before hand, the Queen would not have granted her permission for Will to marry. Thats the way its done- Royal Powers act says so.

  66. Kim says:

    And the bashing begins just like with Diana. Shame on In Touch for perpetuating this!

    Camilla is so jealous of Kate that i could see her starting rumors but is just that – rumors.

    Camilla kept secrets to protect her affair w. Charles nothing more than that. She is not a stand up woman.

  67. Caz says:

    Indeed. The Queen “would not be amused” if this tosh came out of the horse’s (oops I mean Camilla’s) mouth. Camilla absolutely has lots of skeletons in her closet and now that she finally has Charles she wouldn’t do anything to risk it. For those who don’t understand the dislike towards Camilla, it really was a very big deal that Charles was on with her the whole time he and Diana were married. There’s still a huge proportion of people in the Commonwealth that don’t want Charles to be King due to this and the fact that he doesn’t have the skills to be one. Skip him and give it to William – that would restore faith in the Monarchy. The Queen knows this.

  68. Karen says:

    I’m calling BS. There is no way to know if a woman is fertile or not. So unless she has endometriosis or polycystic ovary disease, her chances of becoming pregnant are unknown. If she had PID due to an unchecked STI, there are procedures to help with conception. So…sorry, folks. This one’s total shite.

  69. Umilatte says:

    Forget kids…every time I see the last picture with that child…LOL

  70. Bunnywabba says:

    Who knows if they even want children. Children do not have to be the next step after getting married. Raising a child and devoting your life to doing so isn’t for everyong.

  71. REALIST says:

    Anne is the second child (b. 1950) , but was Prince Philips fave. Philip was never affectionate to Charles (b. 1948), thus all his tragic complaints, my favorite about his excuse for his long running entanglement with Camilla vs his marriage with Diana-”The marriage was irretrievably broken” From the start, loser, because you never detached from “The Rottweiler”
    Isn’t it great to be American and say all these things without guilt? We’re not a silly Commonwealth country with her face on our money, either. Breaking all ties with Britain in 1776-great idea! Thank you Founding Fathers (and Mothers).

  72. Deb says:

    Never say never. My best friend since childhood was told that she would never have a child. She has a 9 year old son!

  73. JennJenn says:

    Don’t believe a word of this story. If the royal family wanted to confirm the fertility of the bride of the future King of England, they would have requested a medical exam before the wedding, not right after. It’s way too early for anyone to get concerned about Kate’s ability to get pregnant.

  74. benny says:

    Even if it’s true, what difference does it make? The Queen has four children (three sons) and numerous grandchildren. I’m sure she’ll have numerous great-grandchildren as well. So there’s no shortage of direct descendants to take the throne. It really doesn’t matter how many – if any – kids William has. Elizabeth’s family line is already secure.

  75. Catherine says:

    So what if she is? Not Camilla’s place to say such things….if she even said it.

  76. 4Real says:

    Oh please they did a full exam before the nuptuals I’m sure…

    I refuse to even comment on HAGVILLE that is Camilla.

  77. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @JulieM “A doctor’s exam can determine health of necessary organs, but that does not necessarily equate to being fertile.”

    Thank you. Many seeminly healthy women with regular cycles and normal anatomy have trouble becoming pregnant. In fact, it is often these women who can be helped the least because the source of infertility cannot be found and, therefor, cannot be treated. My mother had diagnosed “unexplained infertility,” and they told her she would never conceive. However, after 11 years of trying she gave birth to me :)

    @daisydoodle, no hard feelings. I was just responding in kind.

    @Karen “There is no way to know if a woman is fertile or not. So unless she has endometriosis or polycystic ovary disease, her chances of becoming pregnant are unknown.”

    True. I’d just like to add that, there are varying degrees of endometriosis and PCOS. I happen to suffer from PCOS and very easily became pregnant (and delivered two healthy boys with only the use of clomid).

  78. Sugar says:

    I, for one, don’t think it will be any surprise if William dies hair-less…wait, did I read this wrong?

  79. Dingles says:

    Welcome to the jungle, Kate.

  80. DianaPrince says:

    Any excuse at all to rage on the Rottweiler I welcome. Real or imagined, I simply don’t like her.

  81. Anon says:

    This story is obvious garbage, and I’m not sure why anyone is blaming Camilla for what is clearly false reporting by ITW.

    She might be a polarizing figure, but Camilla is well liked by her step sons and they have gone out of their way to show her and the world that they accept her in both their and their fathers lives. It’s also been well documented that Camilla and Charles are very fond of Kate and have spent a lot of time with her through the course of her and William’s long relationship. Even assuming she was the loose-lipped type, their relationship would make it hard to believe Camilla would be behind ugly rumors about her.

    Camilla has also, as many others have said, been very private and good at keeping her mouth shut. As well-liked as Dianna might have been, her demise in the royal family had a lot to do with the fact that she couldn’t keep her mouth shut, resulting in much embarrassment to the royal family. Camilla has never shown herself to be a gossip, so the image of her as the one spreading such information about anyone, let alone her new step-daughter-in-law is absurd.

    Not to mention, Camilla is notoriously work-shy and has long been said to favor a quieter life rather than the public engagements required. As such, she’s far more likely to be delighted that Will and Kate are so popular and can finally take on more royal responsibilities as it is likely to allow her more freedom. So the idea that she is jealous of Kate and looking to taint her image is also ridiculous. I guess the notion of the evil step-mother-in-law is too good to pass up by the tabloids, even if the actuality is far from this premise.

  82. Reese says:

    Not that I actually believe this tripe. But…Why is ITW laying it all on Kate?? The f–k! Is this 1588? Are they run by Henry VIII? Maybe Will’s boys won’t swim. Why aren’t printing that, hmmmm? There are many factors that go into conception. Why are they starting this already?

  83. Hellen says:

    Oh baloney. I know Camilla is on everybody’s dartboard around here, but that’s pretty ludicrous.

    Let’s hope it’s only an ugly rumor. Because then Prince Hottie Ginge would have to step up, marry Chelsy and….OMG, their child would eventually become QUEEN LULU MAISIE ELIZABETH!

  84. Alix says:

    I wouldn’t believe ANY story that claims to have Camilla as its source and/or resident villainess. She may be Kate’s MIL, but given how *she* wormed her way into the royal family, she’s the last one to be spreading rumors about anybody. As far as the Windsors go, she may be Dss of Cornwall but she doesn’t have *heft*. She’ll be a good wife to Charles, a kind mother-in-law, and hope against hope that, with several years of impeccable behavior under her belt, Britain will consider accepting her as Queen Camilla. She ain’t spreading rumors ’bout NOBODY.

  85. Isa says:

    I don’t see why they’re in any rush to produce a heir. They don’t really do anything, right? I mean back in the day it was important but not now.

    I wonder if that’s why they waited so long to get married, because once the ring is on the baby countdown begins! I would tell everyone we were gonna wait for a year if I were them. I’d be screaming it from the rooftops.

    I don’t see why they’d do an exam beforehand. As a sexually active woman she should be having exams every year. But really, there’s no way to tell if a woman is fertile until she starts trying to have a baby. Your organs could be perfect and have regular cycles but still have trouble.

    Also, basing it off of a woman’s weight is still guesswork. I know 90-95 lb women that had no trouble. Weight can affect your cycles, but we don’t know if her weight loss has affected hers for sure. If you’re underweight and have been trying with no success then yes, it might be helpful to put on some lbs.

  86. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @ISA, excellent points. ITA.

  87. Trashaddict says:

    Will may die hairless, but I doubt he’ll die heir-less!!

  88. alynn says:

    come on…they just got married less than a month! How can you be so sure that Kate is having infertility problem horse face!

  89. Andie B says:

    It is way, way too early to be speculating that Kate is infertile and cannot produce an heir to the throne. That story is ridiculous. I think she will be pregnant before her 30th birthday. I doubt Camilla is indiscreet enough to discuss Kate’s reproductive health with anyone. Camilla is no oil painting, but that does not make her an evil mean villain.

  90. original kate says:

    @ juliem: i have a masters in english so yes, i understand what the word “barren” means; i just wondered why you would use such an outdated and rather ugly word instead of just saying infertile or reproductively challenged. it just seems an odd choice in this day and age, unless you’re 80 years old. just my opinion. *shrugs*

    as for kate being too thin to conceive, i doubt she has an ED or anything chronic. she seems to have lost some weight before the wedding (stress, prolly) but she also seems to be healthy and athletic. i don’t think size has that much to do with getting pregnant unless you are so thin your menses have stopped. then again i doubt this whole story.

  91. bluhare says:

    @trashaddict: BOOOOOOOOO!!!! (that’s a compliment, everybody!)

  92. gobo says:

    I call B.S on the story and the source being Camilla but until that girl starts to eat she won’t be getting pregnant.

  93. Beck says:

    I don’t want to comment on the other things or on Kate but I do see that everyone is talking about weight in general so I just have to say that if you are naturally thin than you should be fine.

    Only if you have an eating disorder and/or unnaturally thing (read: not genetically prediposed to thiness but you have FORCED it) would there be a problem. And even then you don’t know until you start trying as so many have stated.

  94. anne_000 says:

    could this ‘close’ source to camilla be the one who wasnt invited to the royal wedding cuz her daughter tweeted or facebook’d that kate’s hips were not child-bearing hips? the one who’s a major social circle queen so was really pissed off that she didnt get an invite?

    or if this is from camilla herself, then it might be her way to buy more time to persuade the queen not to skip over charles for the kingship by making the queen & the public think that kate & will need more time to sort out this issue before assuming the throne?

    cuz u know she went into this marriage w/ her eye on the queen-ship.

  95. Kokoabware says:

    here’s a quick lesson. yes infertility can be determined before marriage. and why in hell would camellia say anything and get the platinum spoon ripped from her mouth? has anyone thought there’s truth and picking her as the guinea pig is quite easy b/c she is NOT princess di? everyone in the world still questions prince william’s sexually,so you know what the queen would rather have her grandson marry a barren female, then him being gay. please stop acting like the kisses on the balcony was sweet or romantic- it looked like a forced kiss by two little kids, it was cute. so people stop looking for another reason to glorify kate, she doesn’t care about the negative press. the girl is the example of an opportunist low or no work ethic but loves the good life.
    And why is it that people fail to remember that harry had the ring after his mom’s death to remember her and william took a watch. Also harry gave it to his brother to propose to kate. is that not the example of a prince?

  96. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @koko, where’s my lesson on how infertility can be confirmed prior to a woman conceiving and carrying to term? I’d really like for you to enlighten us so we can pass the information on to research scientists, who have yet to determine how to do so. Thank you :)

  97. Sue says:

    Do some Americans read rubbish like this and believe it? Truly scary!

    Spare $2.99 give it to a charity.

  98. jacqui says:

    camilla is a hateful old ulgy whore who is soo desperate to out do anyone. if i were the queen now i would do everything in my power to assure that camilla never ever get a shot at reigning who knows what dirty tricks she has up her sleeve! she was the biggest cause of embarrassment for that whole monarchy. who is “SHE” to be sniveling up her nose at anybody trying to put others down?? she is nothing but a miserable old fugly whore who never had beauty or class no matter who she claims to be ‘HER” bloodline…what a hater.. what a sorry bitch!..

  99. S. Wolford says:

    What business is this of Camilla’s and especially to make it public (if it is indeed true that this came from Camilla)? I think she’s sticking her nose in something that doesn’t concern her. That is something for Prince William and his beautiful wife to work out.