Nick Bullen, the co-Founder of True Royalty TV, dismissed rumours about Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge being pregnant as he said the Duchess and Prince William are not looking to add to their family anymore but instead looking to support The Queen over the next 12-months. He stressed how Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022 will mean it is vital all the headlines are about Queen Elizabeth and not focused on other members of the Royal Family as the Cambridge’s look to prioritise work.
Mr Bullen stressed he was not privy to any information about Kate’s pregnancy but was certain a new baby was not in the plans for the Royal couple.
He said: “I think they feel that they have got a pretty perfect family.
“I think Kate is always very keen to follow her parents and have that family of five and my view is that she will stop here.”
Mr Bullen then went on to reveal how during a lunch with a source close to the Cambridge’s he was told that Kate and Prince William are “really focused over the next twelve months on their work.”
Kate will prioritise Royal Family work, not a fourth baby
Mr Bullen said next year is all about The Queen
He stressed: “Both of them turn 40 next year and they are really keen to be promoting their charities, their initiatives, their foundations.
“The next 12-months is all about the work – not about a new baby.”
The Royal expert went further as he dispelled the baby rumours, adding how the next year will be instead “very much about supporting The Queen” as the roster of Royal duties is ramped up for the Cambridge’s.
Mr Bullen highlighted: “Next year is The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year, all the members of the Royal Family are very aware of the fact that it is her year, they have got to support her.
2022 will mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
“The headlines should not be about them, the headlines next year should be about The Queen in her seventieth year.
“I think you will see Kate and William really stepping up to support The Queen in the next 12-months.”
The comments come amid a chaotic raft of rumours which questioned the Duchess of Cambridge’s whereabout’s as she was not spotted for 2-months over the summer.
But dispelling the rumours of her prolonged absence from Royal Family duties and speculation around a fourth baby, The Mirror’s Royal editor Russell Myers stressed Kate’s absence was normal behaviour over the summer months.
He told Australia’s Today show: “I think that the Duchess isn’t pregnant, I think that some people have been asking the question of where has Kate been? But where the truth really lies is they have been on holiday.
“There is normally an agreement between the press and the Royals of if they are on holiday the kids don’t get followed around. The [photographers] leave them alone during the holidays.”
It comes as Yahoo reported that Prince William has officially returned to work after taking some time off during the summer to spend time with his family.
While on Wednesday the Duchess of Cambridge appeared at her first outing in months at RAF Brize Norton where she met those who assisted in the evacuation of Afghanistan.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK