The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have hinted that the wait for a royal baby could soon be over...
Prince William and Kate Middleton have hinted the wait for a royal baby could soon be over, after speaking out about their family plans during their Jubilee tour of Singapore yesterday.
During a visit to the Cloud Forest at Singapore’s Gardens, Prince William was asked by a little boy how many children he would like with Kate Middleton, to which he replied without hesitation: ‘Two’.
Corine Ackermann, attending with the Tanglin Trust British School said of the Duke’s family confession: ‘Someone asked him how many children he would like to have, and he said he was thinking about having two.’
This is not the first time Prince William has opened up about his wish to start a family.
Earlier this year, he sparked rumours we could soon be hearing the pitter patter of tiny royal feet, soon rather than later, revealing in an interview he would ‘rather like to have children’.
‘I’m just very keen to have a family and both Catherine and I are looking forward to having a family in the future,’ he gushed.
Just months later, rumours began to circulate that Kate Middleton was pregnant, after an outspoken MP made the claims during a visit to Marlborough College.
Caire Perry made the revelation as she gave a talk at the Duchess of Cambridge’s former school – the exclusive Marlborough College – on Friday, claiming a royal baby would be ‘good for the economy’.
‘I think Kate Middleton is pregnant – and that would be good for the economy,’ she told the audience.
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