updated - May 20, 2013 Monday EDT
Prince William and Kate baby rumors sparked again during a tour to Singapore and the Duchess chose to toast with a glass of water as opposed to the tradition champagne.
The 30-year-old Duchess, the subject of pregnancy rumors since the day she and Prince William wed last April, is sparking rumors once again that she may be carrying a royal heir after choosing water over wine at an official state dinner with Singapore's president and prime minister.
While William, 30, and others raised glasses of wine to toast the country's Queen, Kate, dressed fashionably in a gown by Singapore-born designer Prabal Garang, politely declined the alcoholic beverage, sparking pregnancy rumors.
"Things like this, people do look at them and wonder if they are signs," Victoria Murphy, royal correspondent for UK's The Mirror, told ABC News. "People are whispering and going on, "Is she pregnant? Is she pregnant?"
William is kind of adding fuel to the pregnancy fire by telling reporters he wants to have two children in an interview conducted while in Singapore. Is he perhaps softening up the ground for the big announcement?
In May , William told Katie Couric he and Kate were eager to have children.
"I'm just very keen to have a family and both Catherine and I, you know, are looking forward to having a family in the future," the Duke of Cambridge said. Asked by Couric if there was anything else he wanted to share, he answered with a laugh, "You won't get anything out of me. Tight lipped."
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