AceShowbiz - Already a mother of three, Kate Middleton might be having another kid had it not because of this reason. The Duchess of Cambridge hinted that she's ready for a fourth baby when meeting an adorable 5-month-old baby boy during her and Prince William's royal tour in Northern Island on Thursday, February 28.
Seeing little James Barr in Ballymena on the second day of their tour, Kate told his father, "He's gorgeous. It makes me feel broody." The 37-year-old royal couldn't resist approaching the baby boy and told him, "You're a very sweet little boy."
The baby's father, Alan, boldly asked Kate, "Baby number four?" She then replied with a laugh, "I think William would be a little worried," not giving a definite yes or no response.
Kate and William are already parents to 5-year-old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte and 10-month-old Prince Louis, whom she gave birth to on April 23, 2018.
William also talked about one of his children during the visit to Ballymena. Touring the Braid Centre where they were greeted by officials from the Cinemagic educational charity for young filmmakers, the first-in-line to the throne revealed that her eldest son, George, loves "How to Train Your Dragon" movie.
Meanwhile, Kate recently revealed a sweet nickname for Princess Charlotte. During the tour in Northern Ireland, the duchess met Belfast-based blogger Laura-Ann with her son George, who handed her a bouquet of flowers.
According to Laura-Ann, Kate told George that he had a "really cool name." The duchess then asked Laura-Ann how old her other son was. After learning that Laura-Ann's other son is 4 years old, Kate allegedly replied, "Oh! He's the same age as Lottie [Charlotte]."
The royal family is not stranger to nicknames. Prince George is known to referring to himself as Archie, while Meghan Markle was once caught calling her husband Prince Harry "my love."
Last December, during a shopping at a store in Norfolk near Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate, Kate was heard calling her son George and daughter Charlotte "poppet."