Kate Middleton Not Pregnant, But Ready To Start A Family (Source)

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge sports a vibrant blue coat to officially open The Treehouse Children's Hospice in Ipswich, England on March 19, 2012 Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge sports a vibrant blue coat to officially open The Treehouse Children's Hospice in Ipswich, England on March 19, 2012

Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first wedding anniversary is quickly approaching on April 29, but don’t expect a Royal baby announcement just yet.

Despite rumors and reports of a possible pregnancy, according to Us Weekly, Kate does not have a future heir to the throne on board.

“Kate is not pregnant or about to make a pregnancy announcement,” a source told Us Weekly.

Rumors first circulated about a possible pregnancy in November when Kate refused peanut paste while in Denmark. Kate, 30, is reportedly not allergic to peanuts, but many moms skip the nut to prevent allergies in their babies.

According to People, the couple is looking to start a family in the near future though.

The mag reported that seeing their friends start families “does help” William and Kate’s decision to also want to have children.

But the couple is reportedly not in a rush.

“They will let nature and life take its course,” the People source added.

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