• Kate Middleton is being encouraged to have another baby
  • Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors are still rife
  • Kate Middleton's baby could save and bring positivity to the royal family

Kate Middleton’s fourth pregnancy could do wonders for the royal family.

Even though the Duchess of Cambridge has not yet made a pregnancy announcement, Express believes that an addition to her and Prince William’s growing clan could save and bring positivity to the royal family.

Bookmakers have also said that another addition to Middleton and Prince William’s family could be seen as a replacement for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry.

The three senior royals recently resigned from their roles due to very different reasons. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex want to be independent of the royal family, while the Duke of York was accused of sexual abuse.

Last month, Middleton also sparked pregnancy rumors after she attended the NATO event with her husband, the Queen, Prince Charles, and Camilla Parker Bowles.

At that time, eagle-eyed royal fans noticed that the majority of Middleton’s photos only showed her from her shoulder up. This was regarded as the Duchess of Cambridge’s way of hiding her growing baby bump.

But an entire month already passed, and no pregnancy announcement has been made. However, this didn’t stop royal fans from believing that Prince William’s wife is expecting her fourth child.

In fact, Radar Online went as far as saying that Middleton is pregnant with twins, and the Duchess already told the Queen about the happy news. Her Majesty couldn’t be more excited to welcome the newest additions to the royal family especially after she learned that the Cambridges would have a baby boy and a baby girl.

New Idea also alleged that Middleton is expecting twins. A source told the tabloid that Prince William and his wife were no longer trying for a baby, but they couldn’t be happier to know that they would be blessed with another two baby girls.

“But the fertility gods obviously had other ideas! Now they’re praying Kate won’t be stricken with debilitating morning sickness that plagued her other pregnancies and even landed her in the hospital,” the source said.

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Kate Middleton arrives to launch a new national support line at the charity Family Action on Jan. 22, 2019 in Lewisham, England.  Getty Images/Adrian Dennis