Kate-William Are In 'No Hurry' To Have A Baby

London, 30 Jan (TAG) – Kate Middleton sparked rumors that she was pregnant towards the end of last year when she declined to taste a peanut paste while on a charity visit, but there's no need to get excited because Kate and Wills aren't in a rush to have a baby.

The Royal couple, who married in April last year, have put their plans to start a family on hold while they celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee this year.
Prince William, who will be leaving the country for a tour of duty in the Falkland Islands, and his wife Kate haven't got "time" for a baby yet.
A source told Now magazine, "Realistically there is not going to be time for a baby and they have said they are in no hurry. There is no urgent need for an heir - we already have two. William and Kate want to take things in their own good time."
While William is away, the Duchess of Cambridge will be making her own charity appearances. "The Duchess will have a handful of engagements while the Duke is away," a spokesman told The Mail On Sunday.
"She will visit all her patronages publicly at least once and continue to visit them privately. It will be a busy period."
Meanwhile, as both a Brit and a Royal, Kate has more opportunities than most to wear hats. And most would agree that she wears them very well.
So it comes as little surprise that The Headwear Association has named her its 'Hat Person of the Year'. 91 per cent of the California-based organization's members voted for her in an online poll, placing her ahead of U.S. celebrities Rachel Zoe and Ne-Yo.
In fact, one wonders why anyone else even got a vote. As far as hats are concerned, there could not be a more fitting winner. Since her engagement in November 2010, the Duchess's impact on the millinery industry has been enormous.
Kate has raised the profile, not only of established names like Philip Treacy and Sylvia Fletcher of Lock & Co, but also little-known designers such as Rose Cory and Vivien Sheriff.
And though the engagements for which she chooses to wear hats are not unusual - church services, weddings and Royal Ascot - her sartorial influence has inspired many people to sport formal headwear for all manner of special occasions.
The style set in the U.S. has perhaps been most heavily-inspired. While British women, like Catherine, expect to wear hats from time to time, it was, for a long time, seen as outdated in America.
Now though, milliners are enjoying a boom thanks to 'the Kate effect'.
Jenny Pfanenstiel, of Forme Millinery in Chicago said: 'Kate has allowed American women to know what fascinators are and to feel more comfortable and confident about wearing hats in public.'
A post on The Headwear Association's blog, announcing the news today, described Catherine's style as 'impeccable', citing her burgundy hat by Rose Cory and maple leaf headpiece by Sylvia Fletcher as favourites.
Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Charlie Sheen were also among the names on the shortlist, claiming one per cent of the vote each.[]

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