Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge wants more children
Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge wants more children.
The 33-year-old royal – who is expecting her second child with her husband Prince William any day now – is already keen to extend her brood and is unlikely to “stop at two” babies.
Addressing speculation the new royal baby will be a Princess, the Duchess’ uncle Gary Goldsmith told HELLO! magazine: “I don’t think they’ll stop at two, so if it isn’t a girl this time round, people shouldn’t be too disappointed.
“I’m sure there’ll be a girl in the mix at some point. As long as the baby is healthy, that is the important thing.”
Gary added he is certain that if the baby is a girl, she will take after his niece and inherit the brunette beauty’s good looks.
He said: “Kate was a beautiful girl and if she were to have a girl, she’ll be equally as beautiful.”
Around 90 per cent of bets wagered on the gender of the royal baby have been placed on the Duchess giving birth to a girl.
Prince William’s father, Prince Charles, is also hoping the Duchess will give birth to a sister for the couple’s son, Prince George.
Speaking to onlookers who have gathered outside the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s hospital in London – where the Duchess is set to give birth – he said: “I hope it will be a girl this time.”