Battling deadly eating disorders and frantic over her fraying marriage, Prince William's skin-and-bones wife Kate has turned to test-tube procedures to have a baby!
The bulimic and anorexic, 35-year-old beauty has already delivered two royal heirs with troubled pregnancies — and isn't strong enough to endure another.
Now, the 5-foot-9 future queen, who vowed to produce six kids, has shrunken to a dangerous 93 pounds and can't get pregnant.
She's convinced William, 34, to go with in vitro fertilization. They'll hire a surrogate to carry the infant to term so three-year-old George and his kid sis Charlotte, 1, will have another sibling.
Meanwhile, her emotional issues are so severe, she's getting therapy for her eating disorders.
"Poor Kate's a mess, physically and mentally," says a royal insider. "Her eating disorders are out of control.
"She's also convinced a new baby will cure her marriage issues. But she's lost so much weight, she's been unable to conceive."
Sources say her fairy tale marriage has turned into a nightmare of desperation and heartache for the still-young beauty.
Kate's evil scheming mother-in-law Camilla is trying to use the health crisis as a weapon in her war to crawl back into royal favor. Camilla is saying Kate is "too weak" and "mentally unfit" to be Britain's next queen, a courtier tells Radar. Prince Charles' second wife is insisting "she was born to be queen," the courier says.
But she faces an uphill battle.
As Radar revealed last week, raging drunk Camilla has been forced into a detox program by outraged Charles, who has lawyers drafting divorce papers. Charles, facing an early summer trial for the 1997 murder of William's mother, Princess Diana, is fighting to succeed his own mom, Queen Elizabeth. Charles has launched a whispering campaign against William and his "loopy wife," says the courtier.
However, Kate is determined to have another child. Says the insider, "William hopes a baby will save his wife!"
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