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Kate Middleton Whistle-Blower: Mystery Woman Who Knew About Pregnancy Before Anyone Else

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The Kate Middleton whistle-blower who knew about the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy before anyone else, has been revealed. The Australian magazine, New Idea, revealed that Jessica Hay is the woman behind initial circulating rumors that Kate was pregnant a few weeks ago.

Hay said this, which got the media’s attention:

“They’re planning to make an announcement in December,” Hay told New Idea. “They’ve discussed it endlessly and don’t want to be older parents.”

She even predicted that Prince William will be a “hands-on dad.” She also hinted they could possibly have twins.

“It seems very traditional, but of course they’ll be happy with boys or two girls, they don’t want more,” she said.

Jessica Hay is a credited source when it comes to William and Kate. In 2005 she went to the press about their romance and how they met.

Not long ago she left her day job at a legal firm to sell her stories to the media. She must be making a good living because she’s definitely in the know. Hay was even a familiar face on NBC’s “Today Show” as one of their royal correspondents.

How did this Kate Middleton whistle-blower get close to the royal family? Jessica Hay was reportedly dating a cousin of Prince William’s when she sometimes spent time at the palace with him and Prince Harry. All of this happened long before Kate came into the picture.


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