A massive hint was dropped regarding the third Royal baby.
On April 10, 2018, Prince William seemed to subtly drop he and Kate Middleton, who is due this month, April 2018, are expecting a boy, as reported by Holly Wood Life.
Kate and William have been married for almost seven years. They are already parents to two children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
They welcomed George on the morning of July 22, 2013. Kate, 36, gave birth to Charlotte on May 2, 2015. Her third pregnancy was announced on September 4, 2017.
Since what William said is quite a convincing evidence, George and Charlotte will most likely be welcoming a brother.
The Duke of Cambridge recently attended a sporting event in England to watch his favorite soccer team, Ashton Villa. He was with former Villa forward John Carew during that time.
The 35-year-old Prince witnessed how Jack Grealish, an Aston Villa player, score a game-winning goal.
According to Mirror, William turned to Carew after the game and he cracked a joke making a reference to his unborn baby’s name.
The publication claims that William said he's "going to insist the baby is called Jack." He then paused and later added, "Or Jackie."
According to Hollywood Life, it seems that William 'realized everyone would freak out assuming he’s having a boy' so he immediately added, “…or Jackie.”
However, the news outlet noted that the couple, who were married on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey, is following strict royal rules.
They themselves have no idea what they're having. So there's a possibility that William 'was just speaking out of sheer sports joy.'
The royal family has kept Kate's third pregnancy mostly in the dark. There has been no word about what the gender of the baby is or the baby's name.
The secretiveness even led to speculations that Kate and William may be surprising the world with twins.