Duchess Kate is allegedly pregnant with twins, a boy & a girl

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We are now more than four months out from Prince William and Duchess Kate’s wedding. Four long months with no baby announcements! You might find the whole “Is she knocked up yet?” debate to be terribly gauche and peasanty when we’re discussing actual royalty, but as I’ve said many times before: Kate is almost definitely going to get pregnant in the first year of marriage. It’s what’s expected of her, I think William is up for it, and God knows, she doesn’t have anything else going on, royal-duty-wise. Her calendar is free for the next year and a half. So, is Kate already knocked up? Star Magazine says she is – and that she’s expecting twins!

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The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a baby boy AND a baby girl, royal insiders reveal! Kate Middleton, 29, is reportedly pregnant with a little prince and princess, her first children with Prince William!

“William almost collapsed with joy — and relief — when Kate called to tell him she was pregnant,” sources tell Star magazine.

The babies would be the first twins ever born into the British royal family. According to tradition – the little boy would immediately become first in line to the throne — making him king when William dies.

The pregnancy news follows speculation the 29-year-old future Queen was too skinny to conceive.

The couple have also been under intense pressure to create an heir to the throne within the first year of married life!

Royal biographer Christopher Wilson confirms, “Kate was under enormous stress to produce an heir quickly. If she delivers healthy twins, it will be wonderful news — a royal first.”

The couple were told the happy news by doctors exactly 100 days after they married in a spectacular ceremony, in front of the entire world, on April 29.

Since then they’ve been relaxing at their love-nest in rural Wales, where William works as a search and rescue helicopter pilot, and preparing for the big arrival!

[From Holly Baby]

A boy and a girl? How lucky would that be? An heir and a spare, in one convenient pregnancy. Yeah… it’s not happening. The twin thing, I mean. I’m sure that Kate is either knocked up already, or she will be soon. But I seriously doubt twinsies. It’s too cute by half, and the tabloids always claim people are having twins.

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  1. Devon says:

    I call bullshit. If she was far enough along to tell the sexes, it’d be evident that she’s pregnant by now. I know you can find out the sexes earlier than 20 weeks but on someone as tiny as she is, there is no way she could hide being pregnant, let alone with twins.

  2. Original Tiffany says:

    Good for them. I actually like them and I will be living in London again into March, so maybe we’ll get the royal baby birth hoopla.
    I can’t even imagine all the crap that will be for sale for this one, beating out the wedding plates and crap…

  3. cailinos says:

    Stop with the ‘looking out from under in deep emotional pain’ thing (copyright: The Queen of Hearts)
    Dig the Queen’s frock, really nice. She looks like she’s orf to murder whoever nicked her handbag!

  4. Katie says:

    She is way too skinny to conceive. This couldn’t even be true if they tried.

    Also, you can’t tell the gender for a while, so the whole world would be able to SEE that she was pregnant long before it would be revealed.

    I somehow also have the distinct feeling that they might try to keep the gender secret, if/when she gets knocked up.

  5. brin says:

    Fingers crossed but it is Star for pity’s sake!

  6. Susan O. says:

    That would be great news if she were packing at least 10 more lbs. Risky otherwise though she can start gaining immediately if true

  7. CandyKay says:

    @Devon. You would know the sex if you’d had IVF, chosen two embryos and had them implanted.

    But she’s a bit young for IVF, and they haven’t been married for long enough to be frustrated by low fertility, and heaven knows what the implications would be for the royal sucession. I suppose someone from the court would have had to follow the embryos all through the process.

    This is, after all, the court that made sure Diana was a virgin in order to secure the integrity of the royal line.

  8. tiki says:

    who knows if she’s pregnant. however, i get so tired of the ‘she’s too skinny to conceive’ notion. malnourished women around the world get pregnant all the time. nicole richie was a stick when she conceived harlow. so was rachel zoe when she got pregnant with her son. it’s one of those baseless comments that gets picked up and repeated so often that people believe it’s fact.

  9. Cath says:

    She needs to loose about ten pounds of that hair. It’s just…so MUCH HAIR! Something just below the shoulders would look so much better on her.

  10. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    “A boy and a girl? How lucky would that be? An heir and a spare, in one convenient pregnancy.”

    @Kaiser, I always thought “an heir and a spare” refered to 2 boys? Would Williams’ first born female have first right to the throne over Harry’s first born male?

    ITA with @Devon, this story isn’t true. Sex isn’t usually determined until the 5
    month of pregnancy.

    @CandyKay, unless there has been some technological advancement I’m unaware of, embryos implanted via IVF cannot be identified as male or female. Even in cases of sexual selection (where sperm are centerfuged to sort x and y chromosomes) accuracy is only around 80%.

  11. Francoise says:

    That heavy black eyeliner under her eyes is so awful. Someone should tell her so.

  12. i.want.shoes says:

    Those hips would never be able to carry twins.

  13. Jackson says:

    Meh. I wonder how many ‘media babies’ she’s going to have before she actually has a real baby?

  14. HEB says:

    She could be preggers..but she sure as hell isn’t far along enough to be able to know the sex of the baby

  15. 4Real says:

    BULLLLLSHIIIIIT! That would be nice but her frail self would be laid up on bed rest for months.

  16. Cindy says:

    I don’t understand how Star can get away with that “The Official Announcement” nonsense when nobody’s officially announced anything.

    And I agree with everyone else, she’d be visibly pregnant before they could tell the gender, especially for twins.

  17. spinner says:

    sniff sniff…I smell BS.

    She really is lovely though & I love her hair. Gorgeous!

  18. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @candyKay, I stand corrected! I see something called PGD IS available now (where cells are harvested from the dividing embryo in order to determine whether an x or y fertilized the egg). Neat. You learn something new every day :)
    Nice to know that I could have that little girl one day (after two boys), if I wanted to fork over $10,000 for the IVF! LOL

  19. Lindsay says:

    “An heir and a spare” could refer to two kids of either sex. As it is now, regardless of birth order, a boy would be first in line. If they only have girls then the oldest would be first in line. The current Queen was first in line, followed by her sister. I really hate that term though.

  20. Maritza says:

    I’ll believe it when I see the baby bump…

  21. Quest says:

    Even if she is “knocked-up” it is way to early to determine gender.

  22. You don't say says:

    Why does anything in Star get treated like it is true in the first place. They have no knowledge of the royal family or anyone else’s for that matter.

  23. mln76 says:

    @tiki I agree with you. Some women who have compromised fertility are advised to gain weight by their doctors and for them it works but not all skinny women are infertile. Not all malnourished women are infertile either.
    And not every woman who has a set of twins has IVF.

  24. lucy2 says:

    I say BS too.
    Good luck to them though if they are trying to have kids.

  25. Joe's Mom says:

    Well, there ya go! Star Magazine CONFIRMED it, so it must be TRUE . . .

  26. Jenny says:

    you can find out the sex earlier if you have a CVS/Aminocentisis – but those are not given out willy nilly – there has to be cause for concern I.E. high risk of spina bifida or Downs syndrome – and even then they wouldn’t guarrentee the sex, if this was the case im sure UK press would have got there first too, we’ve not heard a thing!!! so im doubting its true, as fairytale as it sounds.

  27. ShanKat says:

    There’s a new-ish blood test that works from approx. week 7 to determine sex.

    But I don’t believe this story. Baby speculation is the hackiest tabloid trick…it’s hard to refute. Twin rumours work for tabs because who ever knows, with a pregnancy, whether there might have been twins at some point. It’s ripe for BS.

    Her black eyeliner is really terrible.

  28. Whatamess! says:

    She looks like anna paquin on that cover..

  29. fancyamazon says:

    OK, so this is going to make me sound weird, but whatever…here goes….I get the court circulars and what-not from the British Monarchy’s face book page on my wall, and I’m pretty sure there would have been an announcement in there if there were any real news. And the most interesting thing in there for the last couple weeks was an article this morning about the Prince of Wale’s organic farm…..and while interesting, I’m pretty sure it would have been trumped by pregnancy news…..

  30. girl says:

    Gender can potentially be known earlier in the range of about 10 weeks or so with CVS (chorionic villis sampling, though I probably hammered the spelling). Either way, I doubt it’s true that she is pregnant with boy/girl twins.

  31. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @Lindsay or @anyone else who may know, If Will and Kate only have girls, does that mean Harry’s first born son will be heir to the throne?

  32. Melissa says:

    Star says that the little boy would immediately become first in line to the throne – that’s incorrect. He would be third, behind Prince Charles and Prince William (but ahead of Harry). That said, this article is obviously pure BS.

  33. bluhare says:

    I go to British sites, and no one is saying she’s pregnant. If she was, they’d be shouting from the rooftops.

    I did see a few photos of her out shopping the other day, and it did look to me like she’d put on some weight although they weren’t close ups.

  34. mln76 says:

    @morticiansDoitDeader
    Will’s children will automatically jump ahead of Harry regardless of their sex. His first born son would jump ahead of any daughter.

  35. cailinos says:

    Morticiansetc:

    I have a notion there’s been much talk recently about abolishing the law of primogeniture, so that firstborns of any sex win. They still won’t let a Catholic over the fence, but I think they are loosening up regarding the ladies. Certainly by the time Wills’ offspring are growing up, we may expect a daughter to have equal status (should she actually want it).
    I grew up with the fantasy that Chazza and his sister Anne might reign together, irrespective of whom Charles married. What a gas!

  36. irishserra says:

    Hmmm… this would be a great scoop if it was true. I’m not sure I believe it, but will be happy for them if it is. On an unrelated note:

    How great is that picture of the cake thrown in the trash on the cover of the mag? Seriously? Tabloids post photos of people’s trash on their magazine covers? It just gave me a great laugh.

  37. celine says:

    i don’t believe that….DM isn’t writing about it…
    it would be BREAKING NEWS ALL OVER so…oh and if ur pregnant u don’t struggle to gain weight.

    WTF

  38. blu_planet says:

    IF this is indeed true, then all signs point to a ‘custom made’ pregnancy. Oh, you’re the royal family AND you have the luck to get pregnant with twins, a boy AND a girl? for heaven’s sake, please.

  39. penquin says:

    i really hope this isn’t true. It was bad enough hearing about the royal wedding for months on end and now this. Most people in Britain are sick of the royal family, it’s only really Americans that get excited about these two.

  40. UKHels says:

    not being funny but if this were true it would be ALL OVER the british news and yet not a peep…

  41. dahlia1947 says:

    THIS would be a dream come true, but I’m not gonna believe Star mag that’s for sure!

  42. Mitch Buchanan Rocks says:

    Since she gets papped so much I’m sure it would be obvious if Kate is pregnant.

  43. Calli Pygian says:

    Fallacy. Or bullshit, as you wish.

    I couldn’t close my pants at nine weeks pregnant with twins ( 2nd pregnancy,though). You also cannot know the gender by u/s until at least 16 weeks.

    And wouldn’t 100 days put her at only 14 wks & change?

    I believe the only way to determine gender histologically is amniocentesis – performed around 16 wks, as well— but why put a royal fetus at risk if there are no medical indications?

    Money-making headline, IMO.

    Jebus, she’d be lucky to even have enough estrogen to have a period at her weight.

  44. The Original Ashley says:

    This could be true. Since she’s so skinny it wouldn’t amaze me if she wasn’t using something to help her conceive (especially since she needs to have a kid before or around the Olympics to boost the Royals). That’s how all these tricks pop out twins nowadays. They do it on purpose so they can have two for the price of one, or they take something to get pregnant and end up having multiples (it explains the genetic oddity of so many people having twins nowadays).

  45. Lady D says:

    “She is way too skinny to conceive.”
    You might want to let the starving poor in India and Africa that.
    edit – Tiki, #9 said it best.

  46. Stacia says:

    Lies! If you believe that STAR magazine got the scoop, then you’ll believe anything.

  47. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    @cailinos, primogeniture seems like such an antiquated law. I hope they do abolish it.

    @min76, I guess poor harry and his kids have no chance at the throne, unless Will and Kate fail to produce an heir.

  48. whitedaisy says:

    @Morticians

    It is not possible to visually confirm the gender via ultrasound until much later although with chorionic villus sampling or an amniocentesis one could know with certainty at any point in the pregnancy.

  49. garvels says:

    I really don’t see why Katherine becoming pregnant would be news. What would warrant a news story would be a childless Duke and Duchess of Cambridge after 5 years of marriage.

  50. TaylorB says:

    Not sure about the article, however…

    If she were to have twins, both of the same gender and let’s just throw in identical for fun, which one would be the heir to the throne? I wonder how that would work.

  51. Mi says:

    She is not to skinny to become pregnant, a friend of mine is as tall as Kate and as skinny and she is in no way unhealthy, even the doctors say so and she’s pregnant with twins and she got no hips at all. She will have a c-section to make birth easier but at 7 months she doesn’t show alot but she is perfectly healthy soa re her kids.

  52. mln76 says:

    @calinos my understanding is if any changes are made to the monarchy succession it would be to skip over Charles and give Will the crown. I heard an interview on Slate a while back where a well respected British journalist stated in effect that the British people were loyal to Queen Elizabeth and would be willing to live with the monarchy throughout her life but more than likely wouldn’t accept Charles. I’d be curious to hear any opinions from posters from the UK on this.

    @Morticians I am happy for Hot Harry that he doesn’t have to live with the same pressure as his big bro.

  53. hatsumomo says:

    I hate looking at picutes of Kate. She just always seems so..uninteresting. I cant put it any more politely. And its not the way she does her makeup either. Its something I cant quite put my finger on. Oh well, congrats to them if she is or isnt. Whatever.

  54. Sue says:

    Where is she hiding them? Her handbag? Hahaha……

  55. Brenda says:

    Don’t buy this. And make up your mind Star, did she phone Will and tell him or were the couple both told by doctors 100 days after the wedding? I can’t believe this magazine still exists.

  56. It is ME!! says:

    @TaylorB: I think they had a similar situation to that in Spain recently. I don’t know if they were identical, but the twins were both boys. I think they wound up picking the one that came out first.

    If Celebitchy has any Spanish readers, I am sure they will correct/inform me.

    And Kate and Wills are boring as hell and overrated. Pregnancy or no.

  57. Nanea says:

    After all that hacking, I refuse to believe anything worthwhile would be shared over the phone by anyone in the royal household. Wills and Harry were targets too.

    That being said, I know of six couples among relatives and friends who have had fraternal twins, girl/boy, nothing artificial involved. Every time the girl was the first to appear.

  58. Playlist says:

    Nothing has changed over hundreds of years – even today there is still pressure for the royal bride to produce an heir, even though there are already two ahead of them for the job. There is no one that watches for the baby bump more than the Royal family legal and medical teams, so Star magazine isn’t going to be the first to announce it.

    Although I agree this is all BS, it does bring up the publicity nightmare ahead if Kate were to have two twin boys. Who would win the throne? Those poor kids would be scrutinized their entire lives right from birth. Not that they aren’t anyway, but that would raise the stakes considerably.

  59. Madisyn says:

    When the Dutchess is pregnant, the Royal Family will SHOUT IT from the Palace rooftops. The entire world will know within minutes of the announcement. Odd, how Star Magazine got the ‘official announcement’ in the United States and not the Palace in GB? HUH!

  60. cailinos says:

    Min76, hi

    There’s been talk of skipping over Charles for ages, but in truth I think it’s nonsense. So many reasons: the monarchy does take the job supremely seriously, as a sacred vow and duty (we’ll overlook King Edward VIII, and twerps like Prince Andrew etc) and would never, I’m sure, bow to a public whim like that. It is not an election! And re King Edward: abdication is, for the present living family, a very dirty word, and Charles would never, ever, do it. His motto, as Prince of Wales, heir to the throne, is ‘Ich Dien’: I Serve. And he is determined to do it! Also, much gets aired about this subject, but far more is not reported about the millions of Brits who just live with the institution and don’t agitate for any change, reflecting that a constitutional monarch has little impact on their lives.

  61. DesertRose says:

    My crazy sister had a 3D ultrasound at 12 weeks and they couldn’t tell the sex. So she did it again at 16 weeks, and she found out it was a girl. That’s about as early as they can tell, and if The twig princess was 16 weeks preggo with twins, we would be able to tell ;)

  62. CC says:

    Funny that they don’t pick her to be pregnant with 2 boys. Man in the iron mask, anyone?

  63. princess malinda ohalete says:

    Am so happy 4 them…..congratulation.

  64. MorticiansDoItDeader says:

    “It is not possible to visually confirm the gender via ultrasound until much later although with chorionic villus sampling or an amniocentesis one could know with certainty at any point in the pregnancy.”

    @whitedaisy, yes. Those were the only methods I was aware of. However, there is apparently something called PGD, where a cellular sample of the embryo (that will be implanted via IVF) can be taken (in order to determine whether the embryo is xx or xy). I’m guessing it’s probably done in cases where the parents are concerned about x or y linked genetic
    “issues” being passed on (ie. In cases of Duchenes Muscular distrophy where it’s a sex linked disease, parents might select to have only female embryos implanted). In other words, I’m sure the process isn’t used to help people achieve their desired sex.

  65. JulieM says:

    Once and for all-Charles will NOT be skipped over in favor of William. It simply will never happen. Charles has waited a very long time for the throne and will take it when “available”.

    If William and Kate were to not have children, then Harry would be heir. A Cambridge son would take precedence over a daughter regardless of birth order. Some monarchies have done away with primogeniture, Sweden for instance. Has not hit the UK yet, though.

    Twin boys, first born would take the throne. A few minutes would make all the difference.

    Don’t think Katie’s preggers. I would be surprised if she could have one, let alone two at a time.

  66. Dot says:

    William hates his royal duties. He would never want to skip over his father for the throne.

    I do wonder how Kate’s dealing with things. During their Canada tour, William was heard saying he would be glad when they were back in Wales. It must be surreal living a fishbowl existence, and yet also boring for her to have to drive or have her friends and family drive quite a distance every time she wants some company, because William’s shifts means he’s away for up to 24 hours at a time. She really needs to establish her own identity in terms of work or even if she really is pregnant, because luxury or no, I think anyone would feel lonely living like that.

  67. filthycute says:

    So Kate called and told William about the pregnancy, or they were told when together? The article contradicts itself.

    I call LIES!

  68. REESE says:

    im just curious..what happens if kate gives birth to twin boys?who among the two boys will be the heir to the throne?

  69. CC says:

    @JulueM I know all that, I was being sarcastic. Well, and making fun of the “article”.

  70. Lily says:

    A daughter and a son (who will be the future heir) born from middle class stock? Oh HOW TIMES HAVE FALLEN!

    The offspring of the any member of the aristocracy have more noble blood than any child these two will dish out.

  71. JulieM says:

    CC- perhaps I should have been more specific. I was responding to TaylorB @51 who had a question about twins of the same gender.

  72. Marianne says:

    Oh C’mon. I’m pretty sure you can only find out the sex of your baby if you are about 5 months along. And does not look 5 months.

  73. Marianne says:

    @REESE: The first born son.

  74. Cheyenne says:

    I think a lot of people would love to see Charles bypassed in favor of William but I don’t think it will happen.

    What could happen, though, is Charles could die before Elizabeth does. If that were the case, then the throne would go straight from Elizabeth to William. Charles is already over 60 and the women in that family live to 100 and beyond.

  75. Cheyenne says:

    @Marianne: Wrong. My daughter in law was four months when they found out they were having a boy.

  76. Tazina says:

    It’s been shot down by the palace. She’s not pregnant.

  77. Dot says:

    They denied the engagement up until they actually had the press conference. I heard somewhere that if the Palace takes the time to deny something, it’s usually true. But, on the other hand, the source is a terribly written article from Star magazine. So, 50/50 chance she’s pregnant.

  78. VintageBum says:

    lets just all agree that IF a baby ever does come along that it will probably be unbearably adorable! especially with Kate’s fashion sense lol =^.^=

  79. Suzie says:

    Typical tabloid sensationalism. Obviously Star magazine wants to give sales a boost, and what better way that to devise an anticipated phoney coup? Some sectors of the media it seems continue to scrape the bottom of the barrel to sell.

  80. Flan says:

    In many other European countries, the first child of the heir becomes her/his successor, in England it’s all about the first son.

    Seeing how some of England’s most successful monarchs have been women, it’s high time to change the law.

  81. LeeLoo says:

    I don’t think this is true. However we also haven’t seen her for a couple of months. But if she were told in the time frame they say, it would also mean they were told on their trip to Canada.

    I think that the royals would be all over her getting IVF just so she can pop out an heir and spare in one pregnancy AND they may be able to control the sex a little better.

  82. Jackie says:

    Actually heir and a spare means 2 boys! Not boy and girl, Harry is the spare

  83. Blithe says:

    There’s no WAY that that stick figure is pregnant. In most cases, you’ve got to have at least a little amount of body fat to be healthy enough to conceive without fertility help. If she had TWO babies in there, we’d be able to see them gestating madly before our very eyes right through her abdomen. That’s how skinny she is. If she eats a peanut, we could probably spot the bump after her lunch.

  84. eternalcanadian says:

    The Star has reported therefore it is true! *snorts*

    Besides, I thought you weren’t able to diagnose the gender until 20 weeks when it is almost 100 percent accurate. Some people say they got the gender at four months, but I would suspect it was coz the foetus was in a spread-eagle position during the ultrasound.

    Anyway, 20 weeks = 5 months. The above pictures of Catherine after Zara’s wedding (purple sweater and military dress) would have her at about 4 months gestation unless she was pregnant at her own wedding in April?

    That body sure doesn’t look like a pregnant body because Catherine’s so skinny you can tell whether she eats as we’d be able to see the food makes its way down her ribcage to her non-existent stomach! :P

    I also seriously doubt William and Catherine would find out the gender of any expected baby in the first place, and I also doubt they would use an invasive technique like CVS to get DNA of the foetus (to try and determine gender) as that likely would cause a miscarriage.

    And that fifth picture, could Catherine be any more orange or have worse makeup! Good golly! :o

    Nice try Star Magazine. We’ll wait for the official announcement from Buck House. ;)

  85. Cinders says:

    The Palace has just denied that Kate is pregnant. Come on guys if she was do you really think that US weekly would get the story.

  86. Sara says:

    god. i wish was true. That’s the only way she win some weight

  87. Dani says:

    That opening picture is a great picture of them. Wills looks very handsome with his glasses and Kate looks simple and beautiful.

  88. Mary Duffy says:

    The NEWS will FIRST come from England, NOT Star or any other source, HELLO!!!! Maybe she is pregnant, but all speculation, Buckingham Palace will announce it, believe me! Use your heads people!!!

  89. Mary Duffy says:

    Further, Kate’s eyeliner looks great!!! She’s NOT a farm girl – get some style and fashion going people!!!

  90. raven513 says:

    Actually many people are unaware of a new blooodtest that can be given to determine sex now as early as 6-10 weeks…its very expensive tho but I’m sure the royal family could afford it…however I don’t know how effective is at determining sex of twins as its done w mothers blood and not the babies blood…still its star so who really even knows for sure

  91. raven513 says:

    Furthermore people need to stop sayin she’s too skinny to conceive…that’s just nonsense…yes she is skinny however so are 99% of the women in etheopia yet they continue to have babies year after year…it can effect the chances of gettin thru the pregnancy yes but skinny does not equal infertile duh…if it did then 3rd world countries would simply cease to have a population as they are all much skinnier n more emaciated than kate could ever be

  92. Cherie says:

    Ah, it’d be lovely if it were true. I hope they do have a baby soon.

    For those who say she’s “too skinny to conceive”, that sounds like sour grapes to me. Yes, some women don’t ovulate if they weigh too little, but plenty of women are naturally very thin and conceive and bear children–yes, even multiples!– just fine. Kate is thin, but she looks healthy, despite what jealous onlookers want to say about her. I think she’ll do just fine.

  93. Ana says:

    Shame on Star Mag! I never buy it expect this time because I adore William and Kate and thought is was true. How sad! And the article went into so much detail. I too struggle to gain weight and when I am stressed it gets worse. No wonder she is so thin. Think of the pressure she is under! And now with all this she has got to feel even worse. And why do so many of you make irrelevant comments about make-up ect.? She is clearly a good human being- and that’s what matters.

    I hope Star pays for this atrocity by losing sales big time!

  94. paula says:

    i am so happy for them they deserve that. please tell me your not happy. all they pass throw is true SHE IS PREGANT. finally Prince williams happy Princess kate i love that you are having kids give yourself a pat well done twins go for have a nice children you are pregant.

  95. paula says:

    People listen please she is pregant leave her alone. leave the news for last. princess she pregantyeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! stop writing bad comments she is a princess.

  96. paula says:

    anybody said she skinny leave it. there ARE MILLION OF PEOPLE PREGNANT ND SKINNY. SO DEAL WITH IT THE PRINCESS KATE IS PREGNANT SHE IS I AMUSING MY TO THINK ABOUT IT WHEN THEY GOT MARRY IS WA SON A MAGAZINE. SO SHE DID GET MARRY IT WAS NOT A LIEEEEEEEEEEEE. DONE ENOUGH. SHE PRETTY GORGEOUSNESS PRINCESS KATE U ARE GOING TO HAVE KIDS.

  97. zama says:

    i will be happy if she is really pregnant i love her she is my role model. even her mother in law PRINCESS DIANA. BOTH THIS WOMAN ARE MY favority in the world GOOD LUCK MY SISTER KATE

  98. molly says:

    Babies are put on hold until after the Queens Jubilee in 2012. Grandma is ruling the roost they live in obviously !!!!!

  99. christina dingleflop says:

    …….. CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  100. Rochelle says:

    I wish people would just leave them alone. Kat gets to live every girls dream. She got a true prince to fall in love with her. She had to have known what was exspected of her before saying yes.I just had twins and its not easy you have a greater chance of losing them and dieing from problems. If she is pragent she needs to rest and have saport not people pushing on her. Her body’s not happy and she’s stressed and that’s not good for her right now. We should all be happy for her, she’s living every little girls dream and she’s in love. Congrates on the wedding and if prag. rest ask for help you will deliver early but the baby’s will be fine mine where under 4lbs scared the crap out of me but the team did with mine did great. Wish you meany years of happyness and well children to come good luck. Every parent needs it weather they have tones of help or not, just one tip careing for your own children is a blissing nothing gives you a greater feeling of pride and happiness don’t let all those helpers in that castle of your do the job for you all the time you don’t want to miss the walk, talk, or booboo. Don’t let them take those form you, trust me. There the best moments.