The new book, “Diana: Her True Story – In Her Own Words,” claims that Kate Middleton had to undergo a series of tests to prove her fertility before she married Prince William. According to authors Andrew Morton and Lady Colin Campbell, Queen Elizabeth II was worried that Kate, who is now 37, might not be able to have children, so she requested the tests.
The book also claims that Kate was told to “produce evidence” that she was able to bear children. It is said that the Queen wanted to make sure that Kate was capable of having children, as it was one of her most important requirements for her future daughter-in-law.
The book also reveals that William was very supportive of his wife during the testing process and even wrote a letter to the Queen to assure her that Kate was in good health and capable of having children. The book also claims that the Queen was eventually convinced and gave her approval for the marriage.
Kate and William have since gone on to have three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – so it appears that the tests were successful.