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Saturday, November 5, 2011

Rumours circulate that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant after she refuses to eat peanut paste during royal visit

By Daily Mail Reporter

Rumour mill: Kate and Prince William were given samples of UNICEF aid packages to taste on Wednesday with Kate politely refusing to sample peanut paste

Speculation is mounting that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant after she refused to eat peanut paste on her recent trip to Denmark.

The rumour mill went into overdrive when Kate, looking radiant in red, politely refused to sample the nut-based product during a visit to a UNICEF distribution centre on Wednesday.

According to reports, Kate gave her husband Prince William 'a knowing look' as he tucked into the sample, a staple of UNICEF packages handed out in areas suffering from famine.

The Danish Crown Prince Frederik and his wife Mary also sampled the paste while cameras caught Kate's refusal.

Doctors recommend pregnant women avoid peanuts and peanut by products while expecting in order to prevent the development of allergies in their babies-to-be.
And the Royal Editor told ABC News that The Palace 'went out of their way to stress that she has no nut allergy whatsoever.'

The young royal couple were on their first joint humanitarian overseas trip to the Danish capital Copenhagen.

Official duty: Kate and William looked animated and interested as they visited UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen, Denmark with Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark earlier this week

Radiant: Kate's red coat and belt won her many admirers on her recent trip

There spent a busy day learning more about the situation in drought-stricken East Africa, touring the UN facility and even helping pack cardboard boxes of supplies.

The couple also enjoyed a private meeting with UNICEF donors and supporters, including British actor Sir Roger Moore, who has been a global goodwill ambassador for the charity for more than 20 years.

They then went to watch a British Airways mercy flight, headed for Nairobi, being loaded at Copenhagen International Airport, before themselves boarding a scheduled flight with the airline home.

Mercy mission: The Duke and Duchess joined Frederik, 42, and his glamorous Australian-born wife Mary, 39 in publicising the crisis in Africa

Today's speculation comes a week after the British parliament overturned 300 years of historic rule, giving girls born to members of the Royal Family equal rights with boys in the succession to the throne.

The reforms mean the if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's first child is a girl, she will take precedence over any younger brothers in the order of succession.

Prime Minister David Cameron struck the deal to scrap male primogeniture by thrashing out an agreement with Commonwealth leaders.

Mr Cameron said the historic rules were 'at odds with the modern countries that we have become'.

Announcing the proposed changes, he said: 'Put simply, if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were to have a little girl, that girl would one day be our queen.'

Hat trick: William and Kate toured the aid centre warehouse



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