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The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate to abort her third royal baby?


We all already know that, Kate is pregnant with her third baby with Prince William. However, she is upset with William which might lead to serious outcomes.

According to our research, Prince William is in ‘denial’ about the forthcoming birth.

Also read: A Royal Insider Has Given Us A Huge Hint About The Gender Of Kate’s Third Child.

Apparently, Kate Middleton told this to a father of a patient while visiting St Thomas’ Hospital. This royal couple already have a son, Prince George a daughter, Princess Charlotte.Prince William is doubtful about the third royal baby who is due in April this year.

Kate made a recent official appearance to meet patients at St Thomas’ Hospital in London.

There she met Jamie Parsons, from West Sussex, whose daughter is a patient in the Snow Leopard Ward at St Thomas’ Hospital. She told him that her husband, William was ‘in denial’ about their third child.

Jamie Parsons gave a statement saying:-

“She was a really pleasant, really nice, interesting woman. I was saying congratulations, best of luck with the third one. She said: ‘William’s in denial’. This really difficult for me right now. I don’t really know what I am gonna do next”.

There Kate met RCOG president Professor, Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent.

It is very-well understood that, Dunkley-Bent helped with the birth of Princess Charlotte, and was photographed afterwards outside St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, where Charlotte was delivered. Commenting afterwards, Dunkley-Bent said:-

Also read: Kate Middleton Joked That Prince William “Would Be Out The Door” If She Got Pregnant Again.

“It was an absolute pleasure to see Kate today. It was a huge surprise and an absolute pleasure to be reunited with Kate again today. Supporting families at the birth of their baby is indeed rewarding. We’re very grateful to have the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate’s support for the nursing profession”.