Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton and Prince George during their visit to New Zealand on April 9, 2014. (Photo: Xinhua/IANS)

Kate Middleton Rushed to Hospital with Premature Labor Report Turns Out Hoax

Cover Page of star Magazine March 9 Issue that turned out to be hoax before it hit the stands.

Pregnant wife of British Prince William was recently rushed to hospital with premature labour pains and reports said she may have suffered Braxton Hicks contractions that warranted her hospital visit when Prince William was away.

However the report was to appear on the March 9 issue of Star Magazine with a cover page photo of Kate Middleton in a pale-looking pose.

The headline was equally sensational saying:“Breaking News: 7 Weeks Early! Kate Rushed To Hospital. Palace Orders Media Blackout. Hospital prepares for premature birth, Prince William rushes to her bedside.”

Though the Queen has issued a media “blackout” on Kate Middleton’s pregnancy news, the magazine said “we’re pretty sure we would have heard about Kate Middleton going into premature labor and possibly having a miscarriage – if it were really happening.”

The issue of Star Magazine is yet to be issued and may change before it hits the stands. But the news is going viral with tens of thousands of visitors hitting the website which have prominently used the news for more eye-balls.

Celebdirtylaundry.com brushed aside the report with a headline saying “Kate Middleton NOT Rushed to Hospital” and asked its readers: “What do you think of Star’s ridiculous cover? Even more disgusting are the bottom feeding outlets who pretend that the story is true when they know full well it is rubbish.”

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