Sure, why not?
Life & Style has it on good authority that the Duchess of Cambridge is with child once again.
Wait! This isn't your average story about Catherine being pregnant with twins/unicorns/elves on a shelf.
No, this is really happening (it's not really happening).
The weekly claims that Catherine is "four months along" with a baby girl.
“It’s official! She is due on Christmas. Kate and William are overjoyed,” an alleged insider claims.
Of course, the Queen was told, and declared the royal fetus "a fabulous present for her 90th birthday this year."
"They don’t mind whether No. 3 is a boy or a girl," the source added.
"They already have one of each, so they just want their next child to be healthy."
This contradicts the Globe's cover, which claims that not only is Catherine pregnant with twin girls, she and Prince William are being handed the throne by Her Majesty.
I'm no expert on gestation, but I've been told by moms that a woman's baby bump is more obvious earlier with the second, third, fourth etc child.
That would mean that Catherine would most likely be showing at four months, but her recent outings showed no signs of a bump.
Case in point, her July 6th engagement at the National History Museum, where she wore a tight-fitting white dress by Barbara Casasola (above).
Then there was her visit to Wimbledon the next day, for which she wore a yellow Roksanda Ilincic dress first seen during her and Prince William's 2014 tour of Australia.
On neither occasion did Her Royal Highness look pregnant, but who am I to judge solely by appearance?
The thing about these reports is that they're utter nonsense. Unfortunately, they take pride of place in the checkout aisle of every supermarket across the country, so it's easy to glance over, read a headline and think, "Oh, she's expecting again. That's great."
The only confirmation regarding a royal pregnancy that should be believed will come straight from Kensington Palace, where William and Catherine's press office is located.