Thanks to Prince William we now know he and Kate Middleton are planning on having another child in the near future.
During a visit to Cambridge, New Zealand on Friday, Prince William greeted a lady named Cynthia Read who had a special gift for 8-month-old Prince George—a little shawl!
After giving it to the Duke of Cambridge, Read said that he said, “You might have to make another one soon.”
William and Kate joined others on the Shotover Jet in Queenstown on April 13.
Later Read – commissioned by the New Zealand government to make the gift – told reporters, “The way William said it was like he was dropping a hint, letting me in on a secret.”
When she was asked if the comment he made meant George will have another brother or sister soon, she replied, “Maybe. I couldn't possibly comment. Obviously if I'm asked to do another one I would be honoured, but we'll wait and see."
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And it seems like we’re going to have to wait a little longer for the Duchess of Cambridge to actually be pregnant again. On Sunday, the Royal couple visited Queenstown to sample Otago Wines at the Amisfield winery.
Kate and William sample red wine at Otago Wines in Queenstown, New Zealand on April 13.
Kate, 32, put rumors to rest by enjoying several glasses of New Zealand wine. According to UK’s Mirror, she told wine-makers at the vineyard she “was really enjoying being able to drink again after having baby George.”
William and Kate spent their day in New Zealand watching a 'Rippa Rugby' game at the Forstyth Barr Stadium and even enjoyed a ride with 13 others on the white-knuckle Shotover Jet on the Shoteover River—an activity a pregnant woman wouldn’t have been able to take part in.
The Royals will continue their New Zealand tour on Monday in Christchurch before heading to Australia on the 16th.
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