Is the Duchess of Cambridge eating for two? That's the crazy rumor circulating the Internet today.
Here's the damning evidence in its entirety: Kate refused to taste peanut paste during a royal appearance with her husband in Denmark, where the couple visited a UNICEF aid center.
On the trip, where Kate wore this gorgeous red coat, Will and Kate were offered a taste of the peanut paste sent to malnourished African children.
The Duchess declined a taste, lest she get any on her impeccable red coat. And then, Us Weekly notes, after Kate passed, she gave her husband a "knowing smile."
So? Well, pregnant women are often told to avoid peanut products, reports Us Weekly in their story:
Doctors have frequently recommended pregnant women avoid peanuts and peanut byproducts while expecting in order to prevent the development of allergies in their babies-to-be.
The Palace itself even "went out of their way to stress that she has no nut allergy whatsoever," royal editor for Britain's The Sun told ABC News.
If Kate were pregnant, a new, recent ruling indicates that their first-born daughter could become the queen of England.
So clearly, this peanut hubbub means the royals should start clearing out room in the Palace for a nursery, right? As for us, we think the rumors doth circulate too much.
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