Kate Middleton: Royal Family Preparing For First Australian Tour in April, Duchess of Cambridge Second Pregnancy Rumours Continue to Spread Online

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By Jenalyn Villamarin | January 8, 2014 2:34 PM EST

Kate Middleton, Prince William and baby Prince George will be having their first Royal family tour in Australia and New Zealand this coming April 2014. The Clarence House has not yet confirmed the details on the upcoming Royal tour but speculations are already circulating about the much anticipated trip Down Under.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive to attend the Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London, September 12, 2013.

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Preparation details about the Royal family tour were revealed by the Sydney Morning Herald, according to the Entertainmentwise.com report. A part of the SMH report reads:  "An advance party of royal aides will arrive in Sydney this month to finalise precise details of the expected month-long itinerary."

With Prince George reported to join his parents during the Royal visit, care and security for the third-in-line to the throne is one important issue while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend to their busy itinerary. An unnamed insider revealed in the Marie Claire report that Sydney, Australia is where the Royal family will stay, but for how long, details are still unclear.  

The 31-year-old Duchess of Cambridge and husband Prince William happily welcomed their first child last July 2013 but second pregnancy rumours currently surround the married couple. The report about Kate Middleton's pregnancy came from the latest issue of US magazine "Star" claiming Prince George is going to be a big brother soon.

In the magazine's report, Prince William allegedly made the pregnancy announcement to other family members and friends present at the Palace's Christmas party held in December. Another detail included in the pregnancy report involves the baby's name which will be Diana, the late Princess of Wales, if Kate delivers a girl.  

The magazine went on to claim that Kate Middleton has not experienced any morning sickness yet, unlike what she had to deal with during her pregnancy with Prince George. Kate's pregnancy with her first child took a toll on her health condition to the point that she was hospitalized for acute morning sickness at the King Edward VII hospital in central London.

The Clarence House remains tight-lipped on Kate's pregnancy rumours that continue to circulate online. "We don't ever comment on speculation like this. There's always a magazine somewhere in the world that has this headline each month," a representative of the Royal couple commented.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive to attend the Tusk Conservation Awards at The Royal Society in London, September 12, 2013.
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