Alarm bells about an alleged fourth pregnancy of Kate Middleton, 41, have been ringing since this week. Users on social networks are not talking about anything other than the possible new royal baby in the marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Princess Kate and her husband, Prince William, 40, are already parents of George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4. However, rumors about a fourth baby began to increase.
Is Kate Middleton pregnant?
Kate’s absence at the reception at Buckingham Palace for the Commonwealth Day was the trigger for networks like Twitter or Tik Tok to comment on the royal baby of the princes, who have been in the midst of controversy over William’s alleged extramarital affair with the Marchioness of Cholmondeley Rose Hanbury.
On Kate’s absence, Rebecca English, an expert on the Royal Household, explained on Twitter that it was mistakenly said that the Princess of Wales would be at the reception. However, she was never scheduled to be. She noted that Kate was likely absent to care for her three children.
This theory was rejected by a group of users who stressed that the princess has nannies and that they can perfectly take care of the children for a night. Other users said that there is a more powerful reason for her absence and it is a possible pregnancy.
For what it is worth, I understand it was mistakenly said that the Princess of Wales was coming tonight. She was never scheduled to be, apparently. Childcare I suspect!
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) March 13, 2023
Let’s remember that the Duchess has suffered in all her pregnancies from hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that prevents her from continuing with her usual agenda.
At least 2% of pregnant women suffer from nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, especially during the three months, but those who suffer from intense and constant morning sickness at any time of the day can become dehydrated. In fact, during her first pregnancy, Kate had to be hospitalized.
Some point out that it was this discomfort that caused Kate to miss the dinner. However, so far Buckingham Palace has neither confirmed nor denied any information.