Kate Middleton Pregnant: Duchess Expecting Twin Girls, Breaks News to William by Texting Sonogram [Rumors]

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Feb 11, 2016 05:09 AM EST

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, is said to be pregnant again and she has told her husband, Prince William, the good news via a text of the sonogram. The royal couple is going to have twin girls this time around, Hollywood Life reported.

An insider claimed that Kate and the prince are not even trying for another baby. "It is the early days, but the buzz in the royals' inner circle is that Kate's pregnant again, and this time she's got not one but two buns in the over," the source further stated. The Duchess is said to be on her 12th week of pregnancy.

Celeb Dirty Laundry reported that when Prince William received the text from his wife, he was in disbelief. The news outlet suggested that the future king is not ready to become a father for the third time as he already planned on spacing the birth of his children properly.

Hollywood Gossip implied that one of the twin girls will be named Diana, after the prince's mother, and it is said to be Prince William's wish. The news outlet also stated that this pregnancy is different for Kate after having two previous delicate conditions. "She's been able to carry on with her royal duties seamlessly, as well as looking after George and Charlotte, something she wouldn't have been able to do if she was doubled up [with nausea]," the source revealed.

Kate has suffered difficulties while carrying Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the first few months of their term. She has a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum, or more commonly known as extreme morning sickness, the American Pregnancy Organization cited.

Gossip Cop belied the rumors and stated that there has been no official confirmation from Buckingham Palace about Kate's third pregnancy. In fact, the royal pair is planning for a long trip to Bhutan and India in the coming months as part of their official duties.

If the princess were pregnant at 12 weeks, she would have dropped the trips from her schedule considering her morning sickness. Hyperemesis Education Research cited that, while every pregnancy is different, the condition almost always recur.

Meanwhile, Latin Post reported that the royal pair had an advanced low-key Valentine's date at a pub not far from their Anmer Hall estate. They were seen laughing, chatting and having a good time together in between drinks. Both of them were dressed casually. "It's nice for them to have a normal night out like any other parents of young children," a witness said.

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