On Saturday at a war memorial, the Duke of Cambridge was heard telling a woman who had made a wool shawl for 8-month-old Prince George that she “might have to make another one soon.”
The woman later told reporters she felt like William was “dropping a hint” and letting her in on “a secret.”
The next day, however, the pregnancy rumors were shut down when the Duchess of Cambridge sampled wine at a winery and then took a thrill ride on a speedboat.
A source close to the couple told Us Weekly, "Kate is not pregnant. They want a bigger family in the future, but she's not pregnant right now."
On Monday, Kate and William had fun playing cricket with local New Zealanders.
The royals leave New Zealand later today and head to Australia.
The royal baby rumors were in full swing this weekend as Prince William and Kate Middleton continued their tour of New Zealand.