Kate Middleton is often rumored to be expecting another child, but this time around, the Duchess of Cambridge is experiencing joy over baby news for someone else.

According to the Daily Mirror, Middleton’s close friend Sophie Snuggs, who is one of Princess Charlotte’s godparents, gave birth to a little girl of her own back on June 21—and she honored her goddaughter with her own baby’s name. She named her baby girl Amalia Rose Charlotte Snuggs, and it is believed the Charlotte is in honor of the Princess. The website also reports in its headline that Middleton is overjoyed by her friend’s baby news.

Of course, that isn’t the first new baby Middleton has welcomed into her life this year, as her own nephew, Archie Harrison, was born in May. Shortly after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their first child together, the rumor mill quickly began churning again, stating that Middleton was feeling “broody” and getting baby fever once again, and was eager to have a fourth child.

Most recently, it was also reported the Duchess is already pregnant with a fourth baby, though she hasn’t confirmed an announcement, and that the baby is another little girl. The report originated in New Idea Magazine and stated that an announcement would come from Kensington Palace soon.

The publication also stated that Middleton was spotted visiting the same doctor’s office where she was previously seen back in 2014, collecting scan results from when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.

However, it’s also worth noting that if Middleton was pregnant, then she would likely be suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, the same condition she had while expecting her three previous children. The extreme form of morning sickness forced her to cancel several appearances and actually confirm her pregnancies earlier than expected in order to explain her no longer being at functions.

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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