Pregnant Duchess of Cambridge Catherine Middleton reportedly alluded to the fact that she and husband Prince William will be having a baby girl while out at an event Tuesday.
Catherine Middleton reportedly alluded to her unborn baby’s gender during a walk-about Tuesday.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Prince William are currently expecting their first child together.
Catherine, who is now 21 weeks pregnant, made an official visit to Grimsby in the UK this week.
While greeting a woman who gave the Duchess a teddy bear, British newspaper The Mirror reports that the royal experienced “a tiny slip of the tongue”.
“Thank you, I will take that for my d…” Catherine apparently uttered before stopping herself.
A woman named Sandra Cook overheard the Duchess’ stammer.
She then pressed Catherine for further information.
“You were going to say ‘daughter’, weren’t you?” Sandra recalled asking.
“Kate replied, ‘No… we don’t know’.
“Then I said, ‘Oh I think you do’ to which she said, ‘We’re not telling’.”
While the first few months saw Catherine hospitalised with severe bouts of morning sickness, she now seems to be settling into the pregnancy and thriving.
Apparently she is keen to remain fit and healthy and enjoy the final months of her pregnancy.
“Kate can’t bear to be fussed over and doesn’t want to be wrapped in cotton wool just because she’s pregnant,” an insider explained to UK magazine Closer recently. “She’s determined to keep active and busy over the next five months. She knows that excessive exercise is a big no-no, so she’s been enjoying lots of walks with and without her dog Lupo, as well as Pilates and yoga sessions.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Wednesday, 06. March 2013