Reports that Kate Middleton is pregnant are all the rage lately, but while it seems the Duchess of Cambridge is not currently knocked up, sources say she and Prince William are definitely planning to have a second child in the near future.
"Kate isn't pregnant and is focusing on work," says an insider close to the royal couple. "But they want a bigger family in the future."
Rumors that Kate is already carrying baby number two circulated last week, but were dismissed after Kate was spotted drinking wine in New Zealand.
The anonymous source claims Will and Kate are planning a big family with several siblings for little Prince George.
Kate is only 32, but some say the ticking of her biological clock coupled with pressure to create a large royal family will lead her to get pregnant again within the next year.
She and Will have been characteristically tight-lipped on the matter, but as usual, the British press is loaded with speculation.
Upon being gifted with a wool shawl for George recently, Will was heard to remark "You might have to make another one soon!"
The tidal wave of pregnancy rumors that followed will likely only let up when Kate finally announces that she's actually pregnant.