During Kate Middleton and Prince William's tour in Northern Island recently, the Duchess of Cambridge told an attendee that she felt "broody" after meeting a 5-month-old boy named James Barr.
Everything began when Kate, 37, went up to little James and his father Alan Barr, as reported by People Magazine.
On their second day in the province, Kate joined a beauty tutorial and storyboard masterclass demonstration with kids from Malvern Primary School.
She told Alan, “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody.” After that, she greeted the boy, telling him, “You’re a very sweet little boy.”
"A LITTLE WORRIED"
Alan then asked Kate, “Baby number four?” To which the mother-of-three replied, “I think William would be a little worried."
Last April, Kate and William welcomed their third bundle of joy, Prince Louis, who is Queen Elizabeth II's sixth great-grandchild and is now fifth in line to the British throne.
The royal couple are also parents to Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3.
A JAM-PACKED TWO-DAY TRIP
Kate and William have had a busy two-day trip in Northern Ireland.
On their second day in the province, Kate joined a beauty tutorial and storyboard masterclass demonstration with kids from Malvern Primary School. She didn't only greet her fans, but she also assisted with a hairdo.
As part of their day of commitment, Kate and William also visited the Hillborough Castle to meet with local police.
This comes after the pair's energetic first day in the region. They commenced the day in a soccer stadium. After that, they stopped by Extern Charity. They then wrapped up the day at Empire Music Hall.
Kate and William, who got engaged in Kenya, were married at Westminster Abbey in April 2011.
Kate, who has been a fashion icon since she became part of the Royal Family, had been one of William's university flatmates.
They began dating in 2003. Prior to their engagement, their relationship had become a subject of tabloid speculation.