Kate Middleton Pregnant
November 5, 2011 by staff
Cameras caught Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, politely refused to take one bite of peanut butter that she and Prince William visited a repository of United Nations assistance in Copenhagen on Wednesday.
Physicians and government experts have insisted that pregnant women stay away from peanuts and their products to avoid allergies.
While her husband and hosts, the Danish Crown Prince and his wife dug into the pasta, a staple of UNICEF distributed packages in areas affected by famine, Kate said no. Reports say that she gave her husband a knowing look as he examined the paste container and label.
Adding to the speculation is the reaction of the Palace, which is usually minimal in all matters of Kate.
“Their spokesman out of her way to emphasize that no allergy to nuts at all,” said Duncan Larcombe, royal editor of The Sun, ABC News.
Also stoking the rumors is the time for a possible pregnancy with Kate.
Just last week, the British Parliament changed the rules of succession in the country – instead of more than 300 years – to allow women to become the head of the monarchy. In other words, if Kate is actually pregnant, and is a girl, the baby could be queen.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, said he had begun to change in the rules for the first child of William and Kate could benefit regardless of sex.
Kate headline-making “no” to the peanut paste was when she and William formalized their humanitarian trip abroad.
While in Copenhagen, the royal bride learned more about the drought in East Africa, toured the facilities of the UN and even pitched in to help pack cardboard boxes of supplies.
While Kate dietary habits may have indicated impending motherhood, her dress on the trip did not.
In Copenhagen, the famous and elegant slim and put a real thin layer of red, adhered tightly to the waist with a gold alligator belt with an accent, and there was no baby bump at the site.
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