Camilla Parker-Bowles: William’s wife can not have children
Duchess Catherine, wife of Prince William of Great Britain, would have lost a pregnancy. According to sources, Prince William was not with Catherine when she miscarried.
According to other rumors published in May, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Catherine’s mother-in-law, had told close friends that the young bride could not have children, according to American tabloid Globe, quoted by showbizspy.com.
“Some medical complications from Kate ‘s adolescence were a real warning regarding her ability to have children”, said sources close to the entourage of Camilla Parker-Bowles.
William, aged 29, and his father, Prince Charles, were born shortly after their parents were married, and the current royal couple William and Kate are already under huge pressure from the public, who wants them to have a heir as soon as possible.
“If she will not get pregnant in the next nine months, she will defy an old British tradition of 200 years”, said Andrew Morton, a renowned biographer of the British Royal Family.
Kate Middleton, aged 29, married Prince William, second in line to the British throne, in April, after a long relationship. Officially, she is now known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.