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If the Duchess of Cambridge is indeed pregnant, it would trump every single celebrity pregnancy for sure.
The Huffington Post reported rumor's of Kate Middleton's possible pregnancy sparked after she declined to taste a peanut butter paste that was being packaged at a UNICEF distribution center in Copenhagen, Denmark to be shipped to feed famine-stricken nations in Africa.
While Prince William and Denmark's Crown Prince and Princess eagerly took a bite of the paste, Middleton politely passed and according to Us Weekly gave her husband a "knowing look."
Kate Middleton quietly ignited fresh speculation that she is expecting her first child during a Wednesday visit to a UNICEF distribution center in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The magazine adds peanut products are foods pregnant women are told to avoid by their doctors because they could possibly cause their unborn children to develop allergies.
Middleton definitely isn't allergic to peanuts. Britain's The Sun paper's royal editor said the Palace "went out of their way to stress that she has no nut allergy whatsoever."
While her pregnancy isn't confirmed, when Middleton does give birth her child will be England's next ruler, whether it's a boy or a girl. A recent law overturned the nation's longstanding tradition that the firstborn son rule before his older sister(s) get a chance.