Rumors about Kate Middleton’s pregnancy surfaced once again after a report claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge was expecting her third child with Prince William. Life & Style magazine reported Wednesday, citing a source, that the royal couple made the announcement to their family on Christmas.

"Kate and William have always wanted to have a large family," the insider said. "But they didn't think they would be expecting baby No. 3 quite so soon,” the source reportedly added. According to the report, Middleton is two months pregnant.

Prince Harry was reportedly very excited after hearing that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who have two children together, will welcome a new member soon. Life & Style magazine also reported that Middleton and William are concerned about how they will raise three children who are under 3 years.

However, Gossip Cop debunked the Life & Style magazine report, saying that Middleton and William did not announce any baby news on Christmas and that the 33-year-old mother of two is not due “in late summer.”

This is not the first time Middleton has been surrounded by pregnancy rumors. In September, reports surfaced that she was in her early stages of pregnancy just four months after giving birth to Prince Charlotte. Later, some reports claimed that Middleton was pregnant with twins. However, all reports turned out to be false.

The latest pregnancy rumors surfaced the same day Kensington Palace shared a photo of 2-year-old Prince George arriving for his first day of nursery school in Norfolk, England.