Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting to welcome a new baby to the royal family this April. The internet was buzzing when they learned that the couple wasn’t just expecting one baby, but two!
Life and Style Magazine reported that a source close to the family gave them the exclusive scoop that William and Kate are expecting identical twin girls.
They were even set to name one of them after Princess Diana.
The magazine reported that Kate “couldn’t be happier about their double-baby news.”
The source also told them, “She’s been telling pals that she’s thrilled to be pregnant with two little princesses and has been proudly showing the sonogram to those closest to her.”
With all the detail the source provided, the internet was inclined to believe the story. Once it was brought to Prince William’s attention, though, he shot it down quickly.
“Our third child is due in April, I’m getting as much sleep as I can,” William confirmed.
He went on to say he wouldn’t know what to do if the couple was truly expecting twins.
“Twins? I think my mental health would be tested with twins,” he joked. “Two is fine, I don’t know how I’m going to cope with three, I’m going to be permanently tired.”
Multiple stories have emerged involving the newest royal baby. This has to be among the most pre-birth rumors about a person in history.
Last week, rumors circulated that Kate was exploring having her baby at home. “Catherine has said she would love to have her baby at home,” a source reportedly told The Express.
“She has discussed it with William and he is being very supportive.
“Above all, they both agree that having a home birth would save a massive intrusion into the day to day running of any hospital where she gave birth.”
Everyone is excited to learn more about the future royal, which is why there are so many rumors floating around. We just hope that it’s a happy, healthy baby!
We eagerly await more information about the young one — factual or otherwise.
Stay tuned for the latest on the royal family!
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