Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Is This Kate Middleton’s Way Of Hinting At Baby Number 4?

As we anxiously await the birth of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s baby (they have apparently told friends it’s a boy, but video evidence suggests otherwise), some royal watchers are already wondering what’s going to replace Bump Watch 2019 after the Duchess gives birth in April.

Not to worry. If you like to read into innocent comments (like, really read into them), your baby fever may be able to make a lateral move to another royal: Kate Middleton.

According to People, the 37-year-old mother of three was engrossed in royal obligations in Northern Ireland on Thursday when she chatted it up with a 5-month-old little boy and his father, Alan Barr.

RELATED: Does This Video Prove Meghan Markle Is Having A Baby Girl?

“He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody,” Duchess Kate said of the tot. For those of you who don’t speak British slang, “broody” basically means “nesting.” Like, Kate was saying she felt like she wanted another baby. Or was she just making small talk?

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Barr straight up asked Kate, “Baby number four?” in which Middleton replied with a laugh and a  “I think William would be a little worried.” I think we’d all be worried.

RELATED: Here’s Why You Rarely See Kate Middleton Take Off Her Coat

Kate and Prince William already have their hands full with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, who were all birthed within 5 years. That’s a lot for any woman.

Maybe having her impending little nephew to snuggle with will ease her baby cravings?

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