Is Britain’s royal family expecting a new member anytime soon? We’re a tad disappointed its not! A day after rumors went viral across the web and news channels of Prince Williams and Kate Middleton expecting their second child Kate firmly dismissed the rumors brushing them across the road.
Reports do claim that Prince William is keen to have a second baby soon and Kate agrees. They are reportedly planning a second child. For now, proving she’s not the 32 year old went on to sip several glasses of wine at a visit to a Queenstown winery something she hasn’t been able to do since Prince George was born. “They do want a bigger family in future but right now Kate is focusing on work”, revealed a source close to Kate and Prince William.
Kate Middleton also later joined Prince William for a white river rafting spree down the Shotover River. Clad in waterproof jackets the royal couple took on a 25 minute rafting ride on the Shotover jet. They were accompanied by several other members of their royal entourage including Sir Mark Solomon.
The rumors took off after April 11 when during a visit to a memorial in New Zealand Prince William jokingly told a woman who presented Kate with a woolen shawl as a gift for Prince George that one is not enough and that she might have to make a second one soon. Oh really! Royal family fans went wild with news. However with Kate debunking the buzz around the speculation hopping about tasting wine and staying vigorously active it’s clear that the couple is not pregnant. That Kate is not expecting has been reaffirmed by several close sources that are pinning hope that the couple are blessed with a second child soon.
Kate who isn’t much of a drinker anyway has been avoiding even little so much since Prince George’s birth. Gleefully sipping wine at Otago Wines in the Amisfield winery at Queenstown she told the wine makers that she was really happy to hold and enjoy a drink, something she hasn’t done since baby George’s arrival.