Royal Family Rumors: Kate Middleton And Sister Pippa Middleton Both Pregnant? Expecting Babies At The Same Time?

By Katherine Pine, Parent Herald September 01, 03:34 am

Kate Middleton and her sister Pippa Middleton are rumored to be pregnant at the same time and that they are expecting the arrival of their bundles of joy also at the same time. If the reports are true, this will be the third baby for the Duchess of Cambridge and the first for her sister, who just got recently engaged.

As per the latest reports, Pippa and Kate are said to be loving the idea that they are set to have their babies born around the same time. Also, Kate is reportedly okay and ready to become an aunt to her sister's first baby.

Hollywood Life said in their report that Kate is expecting another baby girl while Pippa is expecting a baby boy. Accordingly, Pippa wants to name her first baby Michael or Tristan while Kate wants to name her rumored third baby, Alice. Pippa is reportedly thinking of the name Michael as it is their father's name.

Prince William and Kate, both 34 years old, reportedly want to have more children. These reports have not been confirmed yet by the Royal Palace. The two sisters also reportedly talked about having kids of the same age and they have loved the idea since they were little girls.

More on Pippa, she and her fiancé, James Matthews, have not yet commented on when they are planning to get married and what their wedding plans are but according to sources, once she walks down the aisle, the sister of Kate will be very pregnant, Movie News Guide reported.

Initially, pregnancy reports surrounding Kate said that she is expecting twins and that it was an effort to save her failing marriage with Prince William. Also, her pregnancy is said to be not welcomed by Queen Elizabeth as she believes Kate is using her pregnancy as an excuse to not attend her Royal duties.

Those who are involved in this report are yet to comment.

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