Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Royal biographer predicts Kate Middleton will be pregnant in months

Kate Middleton will be pregnant in a matter of months, according to the prediction of Royal biographer Andrew Morton.

The journalist and author, who penned a biography of Princess Diana called Diana: Her True Story, thinks that Prince William and Kate - now officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – will waste no time in starting a family.

Speaking to No.1 magazine, Morton said: “I’m pretty confident that, according to Royal tradition, she’ll be pregnant within the next few months. Every reigning monacrch for the last 200 years has had a child within a year-and-a-half; Diana was pregnant within three months."

The biographer also took a guess at the sex of the couple's first child, continuing: “I expect her to have a girl because helicopter pilots traditionally have girls and I expect the baby’s name to have Diana in it.”

However Mr Morton’s predictions could end up being far off the mark; after all, Kate and Wills shunned tradition by dating for eight years before getting engaged – much longer than normal Royal courtships.

They also lived together for many years before marrying and have decided to return to their rented cottage in Wales to start married life, rather than moving into one of the luxurious Royal residences.

The couple are also thought to be planning to spend at least two more yeas in Anglesey, while William continues in his job as a search and rescue pilot with the RAF, so baby plans might be off the radar for a while yet.

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