Kate Middleton is showing signs that she could be pregnant.

For months, there have been rumors claiming that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could be expecting their fourth child. Prince William and Middleton have not confirmed it yet, but many believe that they are likely to welcome a new addition to their family after Prince Louis.

“Royal fans reckon Kate is giving away signs that she could be pregnant and with the odds continuing to shorten, it won’t be long before we suspend betting,” Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said.

Here are five signs that Middleton could be pregnant.

1. Broody behavior

Many noticed that Middleton has been feeling broody whenever she attends her royal duties. When the duchess stepped out to unveil a garden at the RHS Garden Wisley a week ago, she was feeling broody again. She showed off her fun side and even danced with the children.

Earlier this year, when Prince William and Middleton visited Northern Ireland, the duchess met a cute baby and admitted, “It makes me very broody seeing all these little ones.”

2. Betting odds

Bookmakers are also convinced that Prince William and Middleton are likely to have another child. The odds of Middleton giving birth at the end of 2020 have been slashed again to 2/1.

3. Change of hair color

When Middleton accompanied Prince William for Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s first day of school many noticed that she did a slight change in her look. The Duchess of Cambridge sported a new hair color and based on her first three pregnancies, she made a change in her appearance before making a pregnancy announcement.

“Every time the Duchess of Cambridge changes her look, she announces that she is pregnant within a few days,” Aqui Hay Madrono said.

4. Locked schedule

Another hint is Middleton’s locked schedule. Middleton experienced hyperemesis gravidarum when she was expecting Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis leading her to cancel some of her engagements. This could be the reason her schedule is locked.

5. Body language

Body language expert Judi James also pointed out how Middleton has been touching her stomach. According to James, this gesture can signal a bump-cupping ritual which is used by expectant moms throughout their pregnancy. When Meghan Markle was expecting her first baby with Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex was photographed touching her belly frequently.

Kate Middleton
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attend the traditional Easter Sunday church service at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on April 21, 2019 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Max Mumby