Kate Middleton and Prince William ‘likely to welcome another baby’ in 2019 as bookies slash oddsDecember 19, 2018
And it looks like there's a chance 2019 could be just as momentous for the Cambridge family, after a flurry of rumours that Kate could be announcing another pregnancy next year.
This week, punters have been placing bets on the Duchess of Cambridge's pregnancy rumours.
It comes after bookies slashed odds to 3/1 – up from 7/2 last week.
Not only are in-laws, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expecting a baby in the spring, but Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton also gave birth in October – which has led many to wonder whether Kate and Will are feeling broody for a fourth child.
According to the Express, Kensington Palace refused to comment on the matter.
If Kate does have another baby, the couple will be following in the Queen's footsteps – who had four children.
Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Apati told the Express: "It's looking increasingly likely Will and Kate will welcome another family member in the near future."
Despite a flurry of bets, some believe Kate may be put off having a fourth child after suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum (severe vomiting and nausea) during her previous pregnancies.
Official statements announcing a royal pregnancy are usually made by the Palace at around the 12-week point.
Fabulous Online has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.
Earlier this week, we told you Meghan Markle encourages Prince Harry ‘to go vegan’ after ‘telling him to snub Royal Christmas shoot with Wills’.
We also revealed Meghan Markle will give Prince Harry an ‘intimate’ gift on December 25 after sharing ‘joke presents’ on Christmas Eve, former butler says.
And we showed you the moment Prince William was asked about Kate Middleton break-up resurfaces… and it’s SO awkward.
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