Speculation is mounting that Harry and Meghan are having TWINS and here's why
Could it be?
Paddy Power had to suspend betting on the royal pregnancy this weekend. It came after an influx of bets came through for Meghan to give birth to twins leading them to believe some insider knowledge could be floating around.
On Friday night, the betting agency received so many bets for Harry and Meghan to have twins that the odds were reportedly slashed from 5/1 to odds-on.
Is the Sussex clan set to expand by two?
"We had to suspend betting. We saw an almost identical pattern of betting before the announcements of the couple's engagement and pregnancy.
"Since the day began, the stream of bets has led us to believe that perhaps the punters - or an insider source - knows something more than we do."
And although we know nothing about the royal pregnancy besides the fact that Meghan is due in spring 2019, could it be that someone is leaking some royal intel, similar to the engagement?
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If Meghan has twins, this would be the first time in over 600 years for the royal family, with the last set of twins born to Jean Beaufort, the Queen of Scotland - who gave birth to twin boys in 1430.
This speculation follows the news that Harry and Meghan are moving to Frogmore House on Windsor Estate to prepare for the arrival of their baby. Is this move spurred on by the news of twins? Or is it due to the rumoured tension between Meghan and Kate?
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