Kate's baby is on the way, magazine reports
Those "royal sources" are at it again, leaking news that Kate Middleton is with child. Has been, in fact, for six weeks.
This comes from In Touch magazine, which is the same publication that breathlessly reported six months ago that Kate can't get pregnant, according to a "royal doctor."
Skepticism over these persistent pregnancy rumours is as rampant as the rumours themselves, which have spiked since Kate started holding her stomach on a tour stop in Denmark a few weeks ago.
This time, In Touch backs up its report with details like the potential name -- "Edward, Philip and Michael are likely choices for a boy, or Alice or Rose for a girl" -- and that three nurseries are being readyed for the royal arrival -- one in Nottingham Cottage where they stay in London, another at their farmhouse in Wales and a third as part of the future home at Kensington Palace.
The New York Daily News found the couple's press secretary for comment: "We never confirm or deny these rumours. This is about the millionth(pregnancy) report we've had. If it were true, you'd hear the announcement from us and not a gossip magazine in the U.S.," said Miguel Head.