Kate Middleton and Prince William Visit Queenstown NZ

With 1 Glass of Wine, Kate Middleton Ends Pregnancy Speculation

With 1 Glass of Wine, Kate Middleton Ends Pregnancy Speculation

Prince William and Kate Middleton on Sunday toured the Amisfield Vineyard below the picturesque mountains of Queenstown, New Zealand. As the duke and duchess sampled the winery's 2011 Amisfield Pinot Noir, Kate reportedly said she was "really enjoying being able to drink again after having baby George," debunking rumors about a potential pregnancy. Speculation that the royals were preparing for a new baby about eight months after Kate gave birth to Prince George gained momentum during one of their candid moments in Cambridge, New Zealand, on Saturday, when William told a woman who made a shawl for George that she "might have to make another one soon."

In another highlight of their vineyard visit, Kate — donning a navy blue double-breasted Zara jacket she wore mere days before, during a stop in Auckland, New Zealand — reached for William's arm when she nearly lost her balance on a rough spot. It foreshadowed things to come, as the royals next embarked on a white-water excursion aboard a Shotover Jet. While laughing and smiling with locals, Kate and William buckled up their red life vests before their bumpy ride. The couple will soon reunite with Prince George, who has been out of the spotlight since he charmed other babies during an adorable group playdate on Wednesday. The family is expected to travel to Australia for the remainder of their three-week tour on Wednesday. Keep reading to see William and Kate's latest pictures!

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