Kate Middleton Buys A Blue Bugaboo Carriage, Proof She Is Having A Boy?

Kate Middleton Purchases A Blue Bugaboo Carriage, Proof She Is Having A Boy?

The world has been speculating what is the sex of Prince William and his lovely wife Kate Middleton baby going to be, for months.  Royal watchers watch every move Kate makes and the Royal odd-makers are taking odds.  So when Kate lets it slip that she had purchased a blue Bugaboo carriage, people everywhere are now assuming Kate let the cat our of the bag.  Of course it just could not be that Kate likes the color blue, wonder why no one thought of that?

Lets not forget that the whole world thought in March that Kate was having a girl.  During a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, England Kate was given a white teddy bear by a local.  Everyone thought Kate let it slip then that she was having a girl.

Bugaboo carriages and strollers are the preferred carriage for celebrities who have oodles of disposable income.  Celebrities such as Julianna Marguiles, Matthew McConaughey, Kourtney Kardashian, Jennifer Garner, Gwen Stefani and many more have been seen wheeling their children around in them.  So it makes sense that Kate would buy one too!

Kate is six months pregnant with her first child and  both Kate and William have said they don’t know what sex the baby they are having is.  However, Kate was chatting  to a group of Army wives at a drinks reception in Aldershot on St Patrick’s Day and apparently let the big news slip.  My question is why did it take over a month to leak?  What do you think is this proof the Duchess is having a boy or is this just more groundless speculation?  Hit the comments to let us know your thoughts!

To find out more about all the cash Kate is spending on the new baby, head over to our friends at Girls Talking Smack HERE, who has all the details!

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