Kate Middleton Pregnant with Second Child? Reports Say Prince George’s Mom Expecting Baby Girl
Feb 19, 2014 12:13 PM EST
Is Kate Middleton pregnant with her second child? A new report from Star magazine claims that the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William are preparing for their second child, Hollywood Life reports. A royal source reportedly told the magazine that Middleton is three months along, and this time it's a baby girl.
"Little George is getting a sister, and Kate is absolutely thrilled," the source said. "[Kate] was really hoping the next child would be a girl, and having it confirmed has just given her the best start to the year. Kate and William are ecstatic!"
The source said that the couple had genetic testing done so they could found out the sex of the baby early. Middleton and Prince William, who welcomed their son Prince George seven months ago, are reportedly so excited about the baby news that they have already told their family and friends.
"William couldn't stop hugging her," a royal source reportedly told Star. "He was actually a little surprised, because he was convinced it would be a boy. In his head, he was expecting a brother for George, because he himself grew up with a little brother. But now that they know a girl is on the way, it has really affected him emotionally. He knows his mother, Princess Diana, would have been overjoyed."
The Palace has not confirmed the rumored baby news but we have had a hard time believing if this story is true. Since giving birth to Prince George the 32-year-old new mom has been rumored to be pregnant many times.
In fact, Star magazine ran a very similar story in December claiming that a source revealed that Middleton was three months pregnant with a girl with her second child and the royal couple was expecting a girl.
Do you think Kate Middleton is actually pregnant with a girl this time?