Kate Middleton and Prince William’s bid to start a family has supposedly had a shocking blow, with a rumour circulating in the US that Kate has suffered a miscarriage.
William was away from Kate when the tragedy struck, according to a report from America’s Globe magazine, says Showbiz Spy.
It’s also claimed that Kate’s mother-in-law Camilla Parker-Bowles has been telling friends that due to health problems, the Royal bride is unable to conceive.
“Health complications from Kate’s adolescence raised red flags that may have an impact on her ability to conceive,” said sources.
The newlyweds are under intense pressure to start a family soon, in order to keep up with Royal tradition.
“If Kate is not pregnant within the next nine months, she’ll be defying 200 years of British tradition,” said royal biographer Andrew Morton.
If you’ve suffered the tragedy of a miscarriage, there is information and support on how to cope available.
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