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Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle have four children between them, but none of them are twins. The latest issue of New idea There's even a story that Middleton is pregnant with twins. Gossip Cop The official word from Kensington Palace has not been heard, but given the embarrassing history of gossip media with bad reports on this subject, we are very suspicious of this recent claim. Here are only a few times in the last few years Gossip Cop has debunked royal twin stories from the tabloids.

In October 2017, shortly after Middleton and Prince William announced they were pregnant with their third child, Life and style On the cover was a headline saying "She has TWINS!" Middleton had no twins, Kensington Palace confirmed that she had only one child. Prince Louis was born in April 2018. Gossip Cop was always on his coverage and as usual, we were right.

Despite official statements of the royal family on this pregnancy, the tabloids did not let up. In December 2017 OK! claimed a "Baby surprise: twin girls!" For Middleton, It was a similar article to the previous one and it was similarly wrong, including the statement that this was the "first group of royal twins in 700 years". The retailer claimed to have a source at Kensington Palace, but afterward Gossip Cop Since the publication was requested because of their inferior reporting, it must be questioned whether the source was poorly informed or whether the story just came out of nowhere.

In February 2018, just a few months before the birth of Prince Louis, Life and style stayed with his wrong story Middleton has twins, This time the headline of the tabloid was very deceptive and read: "Yes, I have two girls!". The headline implied that Middleton itself confirmed the fake message from the point of sale. The Duchess of Cambridge was still pregnant with only one child, and it was a boy, Louis – not two girls. Gossip Cop The magazine continued to call for false allegations.

When Prince Louis was born, the tabloid's attention centered on Middleton's new sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, and her husband, Prince Harry. The wrong stories started almost as soon as the couple got married. Only a few weeks after her royal wedding, the National Enquirer allegedly Markle was pregnant with the "first royal twins in 588 years", that's a difference of 112 years from the last time a point of sale tried to date the last group of twins born to a British king. It is worth noting that "588" was actually correct, not 700 as OK! claimed. Nevertheless, the report was very wrong and Markle was not even pregnant Gossip Cop reported at the time.

On October 15, 2018, an official royal declaration announced that the Duchess of Sussex was pregnant. "A baby, but a week later women's Day falsely announced on the cover that Prince Harry and Markle were expecting twins, Like clockwork, the tabloids immediately made twin allegations. Gossip Cop We knew that we would have much more.

Sure enough, in December, our old friends joined Life and style were back with more false claims about Markle is pregnant with twinsJust like the publication with her sister-in-law. The story was filled with all sorts of details, just as Prince Harry "implies that they are boys". They were not twins. It was a boy, Archie, who was born on May 6, 2019. Gossip Cop entered to correct the story. This was just one of at least nine stories on the subject Gossip Cop unmasked. In fact, at the beginning of this year we have a lot more false stories about Markle, who has twins,