Kate Middleton pregnant? 'Royal source' claims it's true

prince-william-kate-middleton-getty-nov-2011.jpgPregnancy rumors for Prince William and new bride Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge have been swirling since the couple married in April. Now In Touch Weekly is reporting that they have a baby on the way.

A royal source claims that Kate is six week along and that three nurseries are being prepared - one in Nottingham Cottage, where the royal couple has been staying; one in the home in Wales; and one at Kensington Palace in London.

This source also claims to have the inside track on the names - "Edward, Philip and Michael are likely choices for a boy, or Alice or Rose for a girl." Well, we certainly didn't expect anything like Jaeden or McKaeylah.

This royal source also says that the pressure has been on them since they were wed. Queen Elizabeth II reportedly wants a great-grandchild as soon as possible.

This is just the latest in a series of speculation. Star Magazine's latest issue claims in October that Kate is pregnant and collapsed. And rumors flew after Kate declined to try some peanut paste during a UNICEF facility visit.

That certainly is a lot of information and it very well may be true. But we would advise holding off on shipping the booties you knitted for little Edward or Alice until we hear something official from Clarence House.

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