Hold off on those royal baby gifts for now. Prince William and Kate Middleton will soon mark their first wedding anniversary April 29, but they're not planning to celebrate by announcing any baby news. Despite a brand-new report, an insider close to the couple confirms to Us Weekly that Middleton, 30, is not expecting a royal bundle of joy. "Kate is not pregnant or about to make a pregnancy announcement," the insider explained of Middleton, who was sipping sherry on St. Patrick's Day just over two weeks ago, and was photographed skiing the slopes in France late last week.
The first pregnancy rumors lifted off in November, when she refused peanut paste during a visit to Denmark. (Although Kate is not allergic to peanuts, pregnant women are often advised to avoid peanut products to prevent allergies in their babies-to-be.)
Though there isn't any baby news to speak of just yet, the royal couple does have something to celebrate.
On March 21, the Duke of Cambridge, 29, returned to Great Britain after a six-week deployment off the coast of Argentina in the Falkland Islands. It was the longest he and his wife had been apart since their wedding last spring.
Shortly after William reunited with his bride, the duo headed off with her parents, Carole and Michael, and her siblings, Pippa and James, for a ski trip at the Three Valley's resort in France.
Says an eyewitness of the group, who opted to share the same chalet: "They looked very happy together."