Kate Middleton Excitedly Talks About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy Amid Drama Rumors

Kate Middleton Excitedly Talks About Meghan Markle's Pregnancy Amid Drama Rumors
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Amid reports that Kate Middleton is sick and tired of Meghan Markle stealing all of her spotlight, the supposed bad blood between the two duchesses is nowhere to be seen. Earlier today, Kate and her husband, Prince William were in Leicester where they honored those who lost their lives in a helicopter crash. While there, the woman was able to talk and shake hands with some of her loyal subjects in front of the city’s university.

Kate answered people’s questions on various topics, including Meghan Markle and her pregnancy!

As you know, the former actress and her husband, Prince Harry announced that they are going to be parents on October 15.

Furthermore, the preparations for welcoming their first child include them moving out of their Kensington Palace apartment and into into Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle.

Rumors have been going around that they were moving because there was serious beef between Meghan and Kate but that does not seem to be the case.

Kate seemed genuinely happy for her pregnant sister in law and expressed just how excited she was to meet her nephew or niece.

That being said, one social media user shared a video of them asking about Meghan and the baby and Kate replying that ‘Yeah, absolutely [I’m excited]. It is such a special time to have kiddies and [getting] a cousin for George and Charlotte and Louis! It is really special.’

Middleton also talked about her own kids with William – Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis – revealing that the young ones are super excited for Christmas.

‘They have started all of their Christmas songs and Christmas trees are already going up and all of that. And Louis is getting bigger. It has been seven months now—I cannot believe it,’ Kate stated.

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