William And Kate Ate Fertility-Enhancing Foods On Their Honeymoon

I think everyone is confused over what to officially call Kate and William.  Some are saying Princess Catherine and Prince William, while others are still calling her Kate Middleton and others are using their new titles of Duchess and Duke of Cambridge.  In a new Vanity Fair article, it says that they prefer Prince William and Princess Catherine.

Catherine and William, back from their honeymoon, reportedly ordered up fertility-enhancing foods during their time away.  Cream cheese and Brussels sprouts were said to be the main snack for the royal newlyweds while they vacationed in Seychelles.   It could be that the royal couple just happen to love the super healthy food, but perhaps they’re hoping to hear the pitter patter of little feet in the near future.

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Kate Middleton Is Not Pregnant By Any Means

Looks like Star magazine is causing a little trouble for Kate Middleton and her prince, Prince William.

The tabloid claims Kates has an “undeniable glow,” is “thrilled to be a bride” and is “bursting with the secret knowledge that she could soon be a mom.”

“Kate had originally been nervous about having morning sickness on the wedding day, but in the end she decided not to put it off, to just leave it up to fate,” a source said.

“They can’t wait to share the happy news with the world after the honeymoon!

“The pregnancy is why William and Kate had such a short engagement.

“Even in the midst of hectic wedding planning, William and Kate are quietly preoccupied with their baby secret.”

However, a spokesman for the couple insists the story is “absurd” and “certainly not true.”

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Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding Plans

Britain’s Prince William will marry Kate Middleton on Friday, April 29, at Westminster Abbey in London, the royal family said Tuesday, ending a week of speculation about the date and venue.

“The royal family will pay for the wedding, following the precedence set by the marriages of the prince and princess of Wales in 1981 and Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 1947,” Prince Charles’ spokeswoman said in a statement.

Well, I would hope so!!

The wedding day will be a national holiday, Cameron said, though Scottish lawmakers still must approve the measure because Scotland has its own devolved government. Nice, this is kid of like when I was married. Do you guys remember having the day off? The parade was awesome, no?

I can’t wait to see this wedding. I would assume it is going to be something truly spectacular, unless they shock they world and go ultra simple, just because. Time will tell, but following the story should be pretty exciting. Love is in the air

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