Is Princess Diana’s death the reason Kate Middleton and Prince William decided on having third child?
Kate Middleton and Prince William announced they are expecting their third child earlier this month.
While they are already parents to Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are preparing to expand their brood.
Although Kate Middleton’s pregnancy news didn’t come as a shock following weeks of speculation, it has now been revealed just why Kate and Prince William decided to have a third child.
It is thought the royal couple decided to have another baby due to Prince William’s tragic experience of losing his mother at such a young age.
There is speculation Prince Charles’ eldest son wants his children to have a strong emotional support system, like he had with Prince Harry following the death of their mum, Princess Diana, in 1997.
Keen royal followers have also pointed out that Kate is one of three, with sister Pippa and brother James.
It comes after Kate appeared to hint at the s-x of her unborn child.
She is apparently having cravings for spicy food and candy, suggesting she could be expecting a baby boy.
“Kate has always wanted a third child,” a source told the Daily Star.
“She has been trying for another baby for months… she is suffering from nausea and morning sickness again, and she cannot stop eating spicy food and candy.”
Old wives tales say a for craving spicy food often leads to the expectant mother giving birth to a baby boy, while craving citrus fruits leads to a baby girl being born.
The Queen is said to be thrilled the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a third baby.
It comes after Prince William dropped a hint about when his wife could give birth, suggesting he could be in March next year.
Source: OK CO UK
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