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Kate Middletons Baby Bump: Is She Having A Baby Boy? (Photos)

Pregnant Kate Middleton has once again been spotted showing off her growing baby bump as she made an official visit to the Fishing Heritage Center in Grimsby, England on Thursday afternoon.

The future royal mum looked radiant with flawless hair and make-up and a brown Hobbs coat that we’ve actually seen her before in. Just by looking at her bump though, something tells me that the Duchess might be carrying a little prince in there. According to an old wives tale (and well, honestly, my mother-in-law) baby bumps that tend to stick straight out have little boys in them while baby bumps that go wide (like Kim Kardashian’s) have little girls. I might be totally wrong, but that’s just my good guess.

Take a look at our photo gallery below and let us know what you think. Does it look like Kate is having a boy or a girl?


  • Kate Middleton 1 of 9
    Kate Middleton
    Catherine The Duchess Of Cambridge visits The National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby as part of her visit to the area in London.
  • Adorable 2 of 9
    Adorable
    Kate is the most adorable pregnant celebrity we've ever seen hands-down.
  • Cute 3 of 9
    Cute
    She looks so cute with her itty bitty bump!
  • With Her Fans 4 of 9
    With Her Fans
    Is it just me, or is anyone else getting "The People's Princess" vibes here?
  • Bumpin’ It 5 of 9
    Bumpin' It
    Can you spot her baby bump in this photos?
  • Gorgeous 6 of 9
    Gorgeous
    Kate looks absolutely flawless in her hair and make-up here.
  • Boy Or Girl 7 of 9
    Boy Or Girl
    By looking at Kate, can you tell if she's having a baby boy or girl?
  • Stunning 8 of 9
    Stunning
    Either way, that is going to be one stunning baby?
  • Tell Us Your Thoughts 9 of 9
    Tell Us Your Thoughts
    What do you think of Kate's maternity style?

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

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