Kate Middleton Pregnant? Kensington Palace Knocks Down Speculation

Rumors surrounding Kate Middleton's pregnancy and miscarriage have swelled during the past few weeks. But Kensington Palace officially debunked the speculations that she had one, according to reports.

In a report from Radar Online, Jessica Hay, the alleged longtime friend of Middleton, confirmed to an interview with New Idea magazine that the mentioned royalty is expecting and that any official announcement will be made in the coming months.

Reuters/FileKate Middleton with her future-king son Prince George attended a Plunket group event at Government House in Wellington.

"Kate's inner circle are buzzing with the news that she is pregnant," Hay said.

Considering that Hay was credited in delivering the breaking news of the coming of Prince George, the media world took her latest statement seriously.

However, a spokeperson from the Palace told ET Canada that "the Duchess has not spoken to Jessica (Hay) for very many years" which suggests that the information coming from her couldn't be reliable.

"She is not in contact with her at all," the Palace official said through the publication.

On top of that, there are also stories that pointed out the Duchess's alleged ongoing feud with the Queen as well as Prince William's stepmother, Camilla Parker-Bowles .

The cause of the purported in-law wars started from an online tabloid saying that the 32-year-old brunnete is planning to adopt a child following the alleged miscarriage, of which Classicalite dismissed as just a "bunch of nonsense."

Meanwhile, reports of a royal vacation are already on the buzz as sources claimed that the couple is planning to take the one-year-old prince to Scotland to visit his grandparents at their Highland home.

Insiders also hinted that the young family will be spending the rest of August in Norfolk as final renovations are being made at Anmer Hall.

"They will be at Anmer for much of the time they have off," the source said. "They cannot wait to move in and they want to make sure the last stages of the refurb go as planned."