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Is she, isn't she? Is Kate Middleton pregnant with third royal baby?: Reports


London, Sept 6: In a startling news, it has been rumoured that Kate Middleton, who recently gave birth to a baby girl, Princess Charlotte, is again pregnant with her third child.

According to media reports, 33-year-old Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, is expecting third royal baby only after welcoming her second baby five months ago.

Kate Middleton and Prince William

US-Based OK! Magazine reported that Kate is in early stages of pregnancy and the baby is due in late April or early May next year.

A royal insider was quoted saying as to HollywoodLife, "She (Kate) definitely wants a third baby by the time she's 35. That way she can have even more before she's 40."

However, at the same time, some reports suggest that Kate's third pregnancy is nothing but a rubbish rumour.

Interestingly, Kate has been out of the public eyes from last few months.

The royal couple, Kate and Prince William's who tied the knot in April 2011, welcomed their first baby, Prince George on July 22, 2013.

Their second baby, Princess Charlotte was born on May 2, 2015. The age difference between George and Charlotte is only 21 months.

In both of her pregnancies, Kate suffered from acute morning sickness.

While talking to The Telegraph in July this year, Prince William had said, "We've only just had the second one. You never know what is going to happen in the future."

Kate also has two siblings: her elder brother James Middleton and a younger sister Pippa Middleton.

Only time will tell whether there is any truth in Kate's third pregnancy reports or not.

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