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Gambling Website Posts Odds On Prince William Kate Middleton Divorce

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Nov/18/2010
Prince William and Kate Middleton Divorce Odds

They are not even married yet, but the online oddsmakers are already offering options on a Prince William-Kate Middleton divorce. 

The folks from BetUS.com on Thursday announced odds on the couple splitting with an opening price of 6/5 that they will get divorced.  They are favored not to at 2/3 odds. 

On a happier note, BetUS.com has also posted odds on when Kate Middleton will become pregnant, with one year being the 3/2 favorite.  Less than a year would pay out 2/1 odds. 

The couple announced their engagement earlier in the week.  A date has not yet been set. 

All odds appear below.

 

 

Will they get divorced:

Yes

6/5

No

2/3

What will their first child be:

Boy

10/11

Girl

10/13

When will they be pregnant:

Less than a Year

2/1

1 Year

3/2

2 Years

5/2

3 Years

9/5

4 Years

7/5

5 Years

3/2

 - Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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