Kate Middleton Can't Possibly Deny Baby's Gender Any Longer

We've been speculating about the gender of Kate Middleton's second child since, oh, basically before she even got pregnant with the little one. While the royal couple claims to not know the sex of the baby, the tabloids and royal bookies are predicting a sister for Prince George.


We got a maybe clue several weeks ago, when Kate's supposed ultrasound was leaked. There's no proof that the sonogram photo was an image of Duchess Catherine's baby, but it was definitely a girl.

Now we've heard word of some paint samples sent to the family's residence, and there's no more denying that Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting a daughter.

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The Duchess of Cambridge apparently ordered three sample cans of paint from the interior design company Annie Sloan, and they all screamed girl. Pink and purple. One was a lilac shade called Henrietta, another was "a soft pale pink with a hint of brown called Antoinette," and the third was a light eggplant color called Emile.

The cans were delivered to the 10-bedroom Anmer Hall at the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfork. William, Kate, and George recently relocated there, and with her baby's due date just days away, we highly doubt that she randomly decided to paint one of the guest rooms with such girly colors.

This has got to be it, folks! She could be messing with our minds, of course, but we're taking this as proof that Kate and Will are having a baby girl.

Do you think Kate Middleton's baby is a girl?


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