She has been told her 32DD chest could drag her beneath the waves as her silicone implants are heavier than water, and that her bid to master scuba sports could also wreck her dream of starting a family. The two, who have spent the past week keeping mum on rumours she is already expecting, are staying in a five-star resort with its own diving centre and private beach.
They are desperate for a baby and have hinted their attempts could have finally paid off, and Jordan pulling out of the London Marathon on doctors" orders has added fuel to the speculation. And official advice warns anyone pregnant or trying for a baby not to scuba dive.
“Before taking a diving course, Kate would be asked to fill in a medical statement," the Daily Star quoted a source as saying. “As she is trying for a baby, she would automatically be referred to a doctor to get the all-clear. There have also been scare stories about implants exploding under water."
“Research has shown this is unlikely but they do fill with air bubbles as the pressure increases and can change size under water. Implants also affect buoyancy so she"d have to make extra efforts to stay afloat. Given the risks, and how long she has spent perfecting her boobs, it is unlikely Kate will go ahead," the source added.