Is Kate Middleton pregnant?

Rumor has it that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Williams’s wife may be pregnant. On Wednesday, while visiting a United Nations aid depot in Copenhagen, she made a gesture that set the media to speculate there may be a little one on the way.

It was peanut paste that got the baby rumors started. A few days ago, while in Denmark, visiting a UN aid depot, Kate Middleton was caught on camera while politely saying no to the snack. Peanuts and peanut-based products are thought to potentially cause allergies in pregnant women. Doctors advice pregnant women to stay away from them. While Prince William tasted the snacks, Kate said pass. The witnesses also claim that she and husband Prince Williams exchanged looks while checking the label on a package of peanuts paste.

Another detail that made the media reps think that it could be a pregnancy, was the openness of the Palace on the matter. It is known that the Palace reps do not comment on rumors whatsoever. In this case, Kate’s representatives “went out of their way to stress that she has no nut allergy”, said Duncan Larcombe from UK’s The Sun.

One thing that says the pregnancy isn’t true – at least not yet – is the clothing that she packaged for the voyage. It remains to be seen whether the Duchess of Cambridge is going to be a mother in the next months or later in time. And if she is, she will be the mother of the future queen of king of England. Last week, the British Parliament changed the law that was in place for three centuries, now allowing women to be the head of the monarchy as well.  The British Prime Minister explained that the changing of the law was done so that the first born of the royal couple could benefit from the royal rights of the first born, regardless of whether it is a boy or a girl.

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