Despite recent reports saying that Pippa Middleton will be throwing a baby shower for pregnant sis Kate Middleton, ABC News Royal Expert Victoria Arbiter says there is virtually no chance of a shower happening.
She’s nearly six months pregnant and Kate Middleton is already planning her baby shower! Luckily, the Duchess of Cambridge comes from a family of party gurus, including sister Pippa.OK! magazine.
Kate Middleton, now five months pregnant, doesn't take the subway anymore, but she's prepared nonetheless, thanks to a "Baby on Board" button from the London Underground staff. According to Us Weekly, the Duchess of Cambridge accepted the pin in good humor and joked, “I’ll make sure to wear it at home."Daily Mail that the pins encourage gentlemen to offer up their seats to expectant mothers on the tube and "saves men the embarrassment of having to guess if a woman is pregnant.“
Pregnant Kate Middleton showed off her baby bump in style on Sunday, while revealing she’s hoping for a boy, and Prince William is hoping for a girl.
Royal mom-to-be Kate Middleton may have inadvertently let it slip that she and Prince William are expecting a daughter.told the Daily Mail that Kate approached one woman, who handed Middleton a teddy bear, to which the Duchess exclaimed, “Thank you, I will take that for my d...,” stopping herself before revealing anything.
Pregnant Kate Middleton is only showing a hint of a bump, but she's already feeling the baby moving and kicking. According to Us Weekly, the Duchess of Cambridge shared the news with an admirer during a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, England.told the mag, "I asked her if [the baby] has been moving or kicking. She said: 'Yes, it is. Very much so.'"
Queen Elizabeth II was taken to the hospital this weekend with symptoms of gastroenteritis, said Buckingham Palace.
A charity dinner in South Africa was especially touching Wednesday night when Prince Harry told the crowd that he hoped his mother, Princess Diana, would be “proud” of his humanitarian work.