Kate Middleton’s long vacation revives 2nd baby rumours

The royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton have taken a long break to spend time with their one-year-old baby Prince George, from 1 August 2014. They will spend their summer holidays with Prince Charles and Camilla as well as with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in Scotland.

The royal couple will visit Prince Charles and Camilla at their summer home in Mustique and then they will move on to Balmoral to meet Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, said Independent.

“They will be at Anmer for much of the time they have off,” an insider told Vanity Fair’s Royal Watch. The report added, “They cannot wait to move in and they want to make sure the last stages of the refurb go to plan.” While the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are having a good time with the family, the paparazzi are more curious to find out the hidden agenda behind the month long vacation.

After the rumours about Kate’s miscarriage, speculations are around that the royal couple is planning for their second baby. “With plenty of extra hands on deck to help out with Prince George, Wills and Kate will likely be able to indulge in a bit of alone time so they can get down to baby making already,” reports The Stir.

On the other hand, a report by examiner.com claims that Kate might be expecting her baby no.2 and this summer holiday could help the royals to hide the news from the public. Since she may possibly be suffering from morning sickness of pregnancy and it will be difficult for the royals to hide it from the public.

The news about the first royal baby Prince George was announced mainly because the royals found it difficult to hide the reason behind Kate’s frequent hospital visits, according to the report.

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