Kate Middleton Reportedly Pregnant With Third Child

By Arvin Matthew Paculaba, Parent Herald February 28, 08:47 pm
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If the latest rumors are to be believed, Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be welcoming a younger sibling later this year. Kate Middleton is reportedly two months pregnant with the royal couple's third child.

According to Life & Style, Prince William has already informed the royal family about her wife's pregnancy. Prince Harry, in particular, was delighted to hear about the news and was jumping up and down in excitement.

"Kate and William have always wanted to have a large family," said one source. "But they didn't think they would be expecting baby No. 3 quite so soon."

To prepare for the arrival of the couple's third child, which some news outlets say are twin girls, Prince William has started to lessen his royal duties. Celeb Dirty Laundry pointed out that the 33-year-old monarch is preparing to be a stay-at-home dad.

Prince William has called off two royal engagements in the first two months of 2016. He has also asked the East Anglian Air Ambulance at Cambridge Airport to reduce his workload as an air ambulance pilot.

The royal couple's second child, Princess Charlotte, is now nine months old. That age might be the most stressful for parents. However, the Duke of Cambridge thinks he can manage the situation since he has been receiving parenting advice from his peers. He said, "I'm looking forward to it, there will be some drama."

If Kate's pregnancy rumors turn out to be accurate, the royal couple's third child would likely arrive in August or September. That's just enough time for the pair to move into Kensington Palace, where they are said to raise their young family with minimal nursemaids.

Royal Fans reported that Kate has been criticized recently by the British public for allegedly using her kids as an excuse to ditch royal engagements and state visits. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be traveling to India in April.

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