Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge has reportedly “shocked” the Queen by planning to call her first daughter Diana, after her husband's late mother the Princess of Wales.
According to a tenuous report in Star magazine, the Duchess has already picked out baby names despite the fact that she is not currently pregnant and if she gets her way, we could have a Queen Diana.
The source told the magazine that it “may shock the Queen” due to the royals' murky history with the princess, who died in 1997 in a car accident in Paris. The report goes on to speculate that a baby could be on it's way sooner than we think, claiming a source knows the Duchess is pregnant and even when and where the royal baby was conceived!
That's one very close source.
The insider claims: “A woman can always tell when the earliest signs appear, and it’s believe that a passionate night together at their rented country house on an estate in Wales, just after the end of the London Olympics, did the trick.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrate gold medal with hug at London Olympic Games (Wenn)
While we don't think it's possible to know which roll in the sack knocked up the Duchess, plans to honour his late mother by naming their child after her seems likely, but we still can't see Kate upsetting the Queen, they get on so well!
The couple, who married last year in front of a global audience of two billion, looked thoroughly loved up during the Olympic Games with William even throwing Kate into the air to celebrate a gold medal win for Team GB.
But the future king isn't the only one in love with his wife, as Katherine Granger, Olympic rower claimed she is “better than perfect” after meeting her during the Games. The gold medallist told STV: “She is nice, she is lovely. She’s almost better than perfect in that she’s perfect and yet really approachable and really normal.”
“She was really, really enthusiastic about it. Really proud to be with the British team,” Katherine added.
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