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Kate Middleton had to undergo fertility test before wedding with Prince William, reveals new book

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Tom Quinn, the book’s author, claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s marriage was likely allowed due to the “usual precautions” being taken beforehand.

New Delih,UPDATED: Mar 15, 2023 21:29 IST

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Biden to meet UK royals, Prince William and Kate, during their trip at Boston. (Photo: Reuters)

By India Today World Desk: As King Charles’ eldest son, Prince William, married outside of royalty in 2011, his wife, Kate Middleton, had to undergo a test to find whether the future queen could bear children or not, revealed a new book, ‘Gilded Youth: An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family’.

The book made several such surprising revelations about the couple’s marriage, as reported by Hello Magazine.

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Author of the new book, Tom Quinn, claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding was likely allowed due to the “usual precautions” being taken beforehand.

“These are always carried out to ensure a future queen is able to have children. If Kate had not been fertile, there is little doubt the marriage would have been off,” Tom Quinn wrote in the book.

The book also claimed that even Princess Diana had to go through the same medical tests before her wedding to Charles in 1981.

“Diana complained in a brief encounter with the present author that she had in all innocence thought her premarital check-ups had to do with general health, only realising later on that she had actually been tested for fertility. ‘I was so innocent I just went along with everything at that stage,’ she said,” the author claimed.

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Tom Quinn also stated that Kate Middleton “must have known precisely what was going on, but she is not, nor has she ever been a rebel.”

Prince William married Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey in London. The grand wedding ceremony was attended by over 1,900 guests. A special eight-tier cake was ordered for the wedding and a public holiday was announced in the country.

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