Celebrity Pregnancy Rumours: From Kate Middleton to Selena Gomez

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Celeb pregnancy rumors seem to have become the order of the day. After Kate Middleton pregnancy rumors went rampant, it is Selena Gomez who is being marred by an alleged pregnancy.

Interestingly, in the case of Kate Middleton as well as Selena Gomez it is being said that twins are on their way.

According to a report from eBuzzd.com. "Sources close to Selena Gomez non-reluctantly spilled the beans, Selena is pregnant with twins! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are going to be parents."

The gossip site even revealed the alleged sonogram of Gomez's pregnancy. It is also being speculated that the Selena's pregnancy made her reunite with Bieber. Reportedly, Selena found about her pregnancy when she went for a normal medical check up.

"They can't wait for the [babies]," a source reportedly told the site, adding, "That the pair couldn't be more "thrilled" about the pregnancy."

Meanwhile, in case of Kate Middleton the rumors of twin pregnancy started swirling earlier this month. Ok! magazine reported that the royal couple is expecting twins and are apparently quite excited about it  

A source revealed to March 17 issue of OK! Magazine that Kate Middleton and Prince William are planning the pregnancy since the onset of 2014 and apparently it is William who is keen to have twins.

"She and William had been trying since January. Will's told the queen he'd love to have at least two daughters. With all the boys in his family, he's trying to even up the balance."

Though Prince William has refuted the rumors of Middleton's pregnancy, Justin Bieber has not said anything about the rumors. "Jelena" fans are quite shocked to hear such rumors about the couple. However, the news in all probability is fake as the about section of eBuzzd says, "A site like eBuzzd is not a site about hoaxes, rather the eBuzzd site is itself a hoax."

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