Kate Middleton is pregnant with her second child, just six months after the birth of royal baby Prince George Alexander Louis, according to rumors that continue to circulate, the International Business Times reported on Jan. 2.
If Kate Middleton is pregnant, though, the news of a royal pregnancy has not been confirmed by any official sources or major news outlets. Clarence House, which issues official news via Twitter about the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, has yet to confirm or deny the report of Kate Middleton being pregnant again.
Indeed, Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors have been circulating for weeks, with some dating as far back as September. But Star Magazine has managed to trigger pregnancy rumors anew with a report in its print edition insisting that Kate Middleton is already well into her first trimester.
The magazine, of course, cited unnamed sources and photos of the Duchess of Cambridge allegedly sporting a small baby bump in reporting on the Kate Middleton pregnancy, and its report, although highly questionable, triggered numerous other reports on celebrity news websites, such as Hollywood Life and the Inquisitr. Fans, of course, embraced the possibility of a second Kate Middleton pregnancy.
If indeed Kate Middleton is pregnant, it means she gets a special birthday present — she turns 32 on Jan. 9. Kate Middleton and husband Prince William, 31, welcomed baby Prince George into the world in July, ending months of anticipation for crowds of adoring fans.