Kate gives huge hint on pregnancy as she visits Ireland on royal tour with Prince William

Kate gives huge hint on pregnancy as she visits Ireland on royal tour with Prince William

Kate and Prince William landed in Dublin shortly before 2pm on Tuesday for a three-day tour of Ireland in the Royal Family’s first official tour overseas after Brexit. The couple, who chose to fly commercially on Aer Lingus, had a busy schedule but it was one activity in particular that suggests whether Kate is pregnant. The royal couple visited the Home of Guinness in Dublin where they both drank from a pint Guinness which suggests she isn’t pregnant because pregnant women aren’t supposed to drink.

Twitter users were quick to comment on moment as one wrote: “Kate only tasted the foam. Go on have a real slurp, it will do you good.”

Kate and William currently have three children, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte.

The odds for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to have another child are currently set at 2-1, according to bookmaker Coral.

While Kate is odds-on at 8/11 to announce baby number four before the end of 2020 at Ladbrokes.

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Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “All eyes might be on Harry and Meghan right now but the Duchess of Cambridge could soon bring attention back to her with another royal baby announcement seemingly imminent.”

However, it seems a fourth child may not be entirely off the cards as last year the Duchess was apparently feeling “broody”.

This came after the birth of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry’s son Archie in May.

Shortly after Archie Harrison’s birth, a royal commentator claimed Kate was “very broody.”

For the event, Kate wore a metallic green dress paired with black heels.

The Duchess of Cambridge donned a dress by Alessandra Rich earlier that day and a coat by Catherine Walker.

The royal accessorised her outfit with a green headband and a green clutch.

Similarly, Prince William wore a green tie to mark his arrival in Ireland.

Published at Tue, 03 Mar 2020 21:14:00 +0000