Is Kate Middleton pregnant for real this time??
In Touch says yes! The mag just reported that the Duchess of Cambridge is six weeks pregnant with her first child with Prince William.
As is to be expected, the details come via a "royal source." We are, of course, skeptical but In Touch writes that the source previously "correctly revealed other royal secrets, including their honeymoon location and the queen’s wedding gift to Kate." So take that as you will.
So what are the juicy details? The "source" says that the royal couple, married only seven months ago, is already considering names for both a boy or a girl, although the pair has its fingers crossed for a daughter -- especially William.
"He's very much his mother's son, and he also knows that his father, Prince Charles, would like a granddaughter," the source told the magazine. As for Kate's wishes? "She's happiest when William is happy," although we know that she herself has expressed her desires for children.
The pair, who are set to move into a bigger Kensington Palace apartment soon, is reportedly setting up nurseries already -- one at their home in Wales, one in the Kensington Palace digs and one in Nottingham Cottage, where the Prince and the Duchess have been staying recently.
But regardless of where they are, the baby will always have a home at Great-Grandma's. The "royal source" reveals that Queen Elizabeth II has been jonesing for a great-grandchild since Catherine and William tied the knot, dropping hints all over the place.
So, fact or fiction? Is this another false alarm like the last one or can the latest "royal source" be trusted? Stay tuned, read the In Touch Weekly story here and in the meantime, take a walk down memory lane with the Royal Wedding slideshow below.
UPDATE: As expected, no confirmation from official palace sources. Miguel Head, an official palace spokesman for Middleton, told the New York Daily News, "We never confirm or deny these rumors. 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." What say you, In Touch?
CORRECTION: This article previously stated that the royal couple had already moved into their new, bigger Kensington Palace apartment. In fact the couple will not be moving until at least next year.