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Kate Middleton Pregnant Again? Duchess of Cambridge Seen with Tiny Baby Bump in London

By Vishakha Sonawane / Jan 04, 2014 08:31 AM EST
  • Kate Middleton
  • (Photo : REUTERS/Ian Gavin/Pool/Luke MacGregor) Reports claim that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child and is nearly three months along.

Is she or is she not? Speculations over Kate Middleton's pregnancy have been doing rounds lately.

Although the news is not confirmed, multiple media reports claim that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant with her second child and is nearly three months along.

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The Duchess along with husband Prince William welcomed her first child, Prince George Alexander Louis just six months back.

Recently Star Magazine carried a story saying, "It's official Kate's pregnant again." The magazine reported that William shared the news with family during Christmas at their palace. "Kate, who turns 32 on Jan. 9, and William, 31, indeed are now expecting their second child," the magazine said. "The royal family is overjoyed with the stunning turns of events."

It further reported that Kate's mother Carole Elizabeth Middleton has also zeroed in on the name of the younger sibling of baby George. "If it's a girl, they'll name her Diana, after Prince William's mother," Star reported.

Rumours mills has that the Duchess was seen with a tiny baby bump during an outing in London.

"Kate only recently confirmed it with her doctor, and then shared the happy news with William," a source told the magazine.

"Kate and William will, of course, be happy with a healthy baby of either sex, but Kate is really hoping for a girl this time. She feels a little sister for George would be perfect," an insider told the magazine.

The royal officials have so far not commented on Kate's pregnancy speculations.

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