Did A Surrogate Mother Gave Birth To The Royal Princess Instead Of Kate Middleton?

By Acsilyn Miyazaki | 1 year ago
Did A Surrogate Mother Gave Birth To The Royal Princess Instead Of Kate Middleton?

A baby princess was born to royal parents, Kate Middleton and Prince William. However, speculations are rife that a surrogate mother has carried the child in her womb instead of Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Yesterday, Russians insisted that there was a conspiracy to the birth of the royal highness. A report from Mail Online said Russians were buzzing about a surrogate mother carrying the baby until it was born. Bizarre news claimed that the princess could have been born days earlier and was not divulged to the public.


A leading pro-Kremlin publication also said that Kate Middleton has risked her daughter’s health after appearing so soon before the public. The odd allegation that the duchess was not the one who gave birth to the princess came after Kate was seen standing on the steps outside St. Mary’s Hospital. The duchess was wearing a white and yellow dress with flower print. Many said she looked as if she has not given birth at all after displaying a radiant smile.

Several witnesses who saw Kate Middleton and Prince William hours after the duchess gave birth aired their thoughts about the alleged surrogate mother issue. One said, “It was a surrogate mother who gave birth but not her. Kate must have been wearing a fake belly… It is just not real to walk yourself several hours after birth and wave to the public.”

Others also agreed that it was impossible for Kate Middleton to look so good in a matter of hours after giving birth. One said, “There is no special maternal look in her eyes – this natural thing is not visible. She never gave birth!” The lady also compared her to late princess Diana and remarked that “Kate is just an actress from Buckingham Palace theater”.

Another one commented that only those who have never given birth would believe the story that the duchess of Cambridge has indeed given birth. Furthermore, one commented that the baby may have been more than a day earlier as she was too big for a new born, reported a Russian paper, as per Mail Online.

The paper also cited Moscow-based Gynecologist Olga Perovskaya who said Kate Middleton should have not stood in front of a crowd hours after she gave birth. This is because she could catch a virus in the crowd since it is not a sterile environment. However, the doctor praised the duchess after her fast recovery, hours after she gave birth. The doctor added, “Let’s hope all will be fine and the baby girl will grow healthy and beautiful.”

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