By EnStarz Staff Writer, EnStarz | Apr 28, 2012 01:46 PM EDT
Kate Middleton and Prince William may not be planning to have a baby anytime this year to not "overshadow" the celebration of the Queen's Diamod Jubilee, according to a royal expert.
The Diamond Jubilee celebration marks 60 years of the Queen's reign and will take place June 2-5 this year.
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Victoria Arbiter, the royal expert, says that there was definitely pressure on the couple to not take away the attention from the Queen, reports the site Socialite Life.
"The absolute concrete decision would have based on the fact that it is the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee this year. She is the focus, she is the center of everyone’s attention, and they are well aware. The hoopla surrounding a pregnancy announcement would have completely overshadowed that," Arbiter said in an interview with the site.
Arbiter will appear in a TV special called "Kate and William: One Year On," to be broadcast May 1 on UK's ITV.
Middleton and Prince William are celebrating their first wedding anniversary on Sunday.
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