KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge was at the centre of multiple reports last week claiming she and husband Prince William were expecting another baby. So is Kate going to have a fourth child in 2019?
Kensington Palace refused to provide a comment to Express.co.uk, but added if Kate were pregnant an official statement would be released. However, official statements regarding the royal pregnancies usually gets released around the 12-week mark. And the recent rumours have put bookies odds in frenzy over Kate having a new bundle of joy in the coming year.
Is Kate going to have another baby in 2019?
If Kate is going to have another baby in 2019 has not been confirmed – or denied – yet.
However, punters have been quick to place bets on Kate’s pregnancy rumours.
Bookies odds are currently in frenzy, with the chance of Kate announcing a fourth pregnancy in 2019 at 3/1.
This is up from 7/2 last week.
Ladbrokes spokesman Alex Apati said: “It’s looking increasingly likely Will and Kate will welcome another family member in the near future.”
The claims comes just eight months after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed Prince Louis in April 2018.
And baby fever is currently running high in the royal household.
With Kate’s brother-in-law Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle announcing they are expecting their first child together in the spring of 2019, the Cambridges may be feeling broody again.
Bookies Coral also released odds over a sudden announcement from the future King and Queen of England as the odds now shows the chance of Kate being pregnant at 3/1 and 10/1 a pregnancy would be announced before the end of 2018.
Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said: “Our odds show that there’s every chance that Kate and Wills might add to their growing family, and a fourth baby is certainly a possibility.
“We’ve taken some bets over the last two weeks or so on it happening and there’s a real buzz around the Royal family at the moment with Meghan expecting.”
The figures also show 6/4 for Kate to have a fourth baby at any point in the future.
However, during Kate’s previous pregnancies, she suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum – severe vomiting in pregnancy.
Kate experienced severe nausea, vomiting and dehydration, something which may put her off having a fourth child.
So whether the royal power couple want to follow in Queen Elizabeth II’s footstep by having four children is yet to be revealed.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK