Kate Middleton Gender Bias Free Baby Girl Nursery: Plans To Raise Daughter as Modern Young Woman, Queen Elizabeth Objects?

Kate Middleton Gender Bias Free Baby Girl Nursery: Plans To Raise Daughter as Modern Young Woman, Queen Elizabeth Objects?

Kate Middleton is currently pregnant with her second baby, and we think it’s a daughter, a baby girl according to the evidence. Of course the rest of the world is on tenterhooks about when the baby will be born and what gender the baby will be. However, one thing that everyone is forgetting is that Kate Middleton still deserves SOME privacy, even if no one wants to give it to her. She’s about to become a mother for a second time, and she’s still recovering from excruciating [and acute] morning sickness.

However, US Weekly has a new report about how Kate Middleton is ‘really starting to feel pregnant’, according to their supposed “royal sources.”

Now, normally I’d say that US Weekly’s sources are pretty accurate for a tabloid, (especially on Kardashians). They often check with official reps and PR teams and run through all their sources, but this time, I don’t know if I buy their story. I mean, their source claims, “She’s [Kate’s] been joking about never passing up an opportunities to use the loo! Now that things are settled health-wise, she’s loving being surrounded by her girlfriends, having a laugh and talking baby things.”

I simply cannot imagine that any of Kate Middleton’s friends would ever speak to US Weekly about her bathroom schedule. Like… I can’t even. However, I can believe that Kate Middleton is designing a girl-themed nursery, since CDL knows that Kate Middleton is having a baby girl.

Although Queen Elizabeth objects, we’re hearing that the nursery might not be as gender-specific has been rumored, largely because Kate doesn’t subscribe to the traditional notions of femininity and gender bias. Instead, the pregnant princess wants her daughter to be a modern and intelligent young woman first, and pretty little princess second. That means no frilly pink, no frocks, and no fluttery ribbons or sparkly headbands. Unfortunately, this is very much in contrast to Queen Elizabeth’s way of thinking [and really, much of the royal family’s way of thinking], so I don’t know how much Kate will be able to get away with in terms avoiding gender bias in raising her daughter.

Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth by Fame Flynet

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