UK paper: Kate Middleton is pregnant
London – A British newspaper speculated at the weekend that Prince William's wife, Kate Middleton, is pregnant.
This comes after Kate, 29, repeatedly touched her stomach during a royal visit to the UNICEF distribution centre in Copenhagen, Denmark, the Mail on Sunday reported.
The Duchess reportedly touched her stomach "at least a dozen times" during the two-hour visit.
Kate also declined a snack with peanut butter filling. Pregnant women are reportedly advised to avoid peanuts as it could trigger an allergy in their child.
A royal spokesperson said: "There was no reason for her to not taste it – she doesn't have an allergy."
According to the Mail On Sunday, sources close to Kate said that she is eager to have children, but a royal spokesperson has said they will not confirm or deny "pregnancy rumours".