According to newest, unofficial reports, the Duchess of Cambridge may be pregnant with her fourth child.
Just eight months after she gave birth to her third angel, Prince Louis, a source claims that she is expecting one more child.
The source reportedly revealed: “A baby girl is on the way for the radiant royal couple.” However, the reports have been scorched by royal officials.
However, Kensington Palace refused to comment on the claims they added if Kate were pregnant, an official statement would be released.
The bets that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will welcome another baby after Prince Louis are already placed.
Bookies Coral’s odds are at 3/1that ate will have one more baby 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.”
If the couple decides that this baby won’t be their last one, they would be following the steps of Queen Elizabeth II. She and Prince Philip have four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and Prince Andrew.
But to put the traditions aside, there is also a scientific reason why they might have four kids.
Apparently, it’s the gender of baby number three that will decide whether William and Kate will have a fourth child. Recently a poll was conducted. Over 6,000 families of three were examined. The results were used to determine the likelihood of parents having a fourth child. According to the poll, the families that had one girl and two boys decided to have another child in 35% of the cases.
The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly informed friends she wanted “at least” three kids.
The source said: ”As one of three, Kate wanted at least three.
“William was more reluctant, not just because he was one of two, but because George was quite a difficult baby.
“Then they had Charlotte and she was a lot easier.
“Now the idea of a newborn doesn’t seem half as challenging.”