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Baby number 4? The Duchess of Cambridge reveals shes feeling VERY broody

The Duchess of Cambridge has hinted that she is ready for baby number four. The mum-of-three was on a walkabout in Ballymena when she admitted she was eager to expand her brood.

She met baby James Barr and his dad during the visit and the mum couldn’t help but gush over the adorable baby boy.

Kate smiled and cooed over the sweet little boy as she chatted to his dad.


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She told James’s dad: “It makes me very broody. I think William might be slightly worried.”

Kate gave birth to her third child, Prince Louis, last April and it sounds like the mum has got a serious case of baby fever.

She is also a mum to five-year-old Prince George and four-year-old Princess Charlotte.

With children as sweet as George, Charlotte and Louis, we’re not surprised to hear that Kate would love to welcome another son or daughter into her family.

Kate’s sister Pippa Middleton recently welcomed her very first child on October 15 so we’re sure being around her nephew Arthur is making Kate feel extremely broody.


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Plus, her dear brother-in-law Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are set to welcome their first child into the world in the coming months.

It looks like baby fever has taken over the Royal Family.

They could be hearing the pitter patter of tiny feet at the Cambridge household very soon.



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