Duchess of Cambridge admits to feeling 'very broody' during Northern Ireland visit

Duchess of Cambridge admits to feeling 'very broody' during Northern Ireland visit

Duchess of Cambridge admits to feeling 'very broody' during Northern Ireland visit

He's so diddy. Makes me very broody.' The Duchess, dressed in a £1,735 Mulberry coat (left), later joined William on a visit to a childcare centre (inset).

The definition for broody is as follows: "having a strong desire to have a baby".

On a day of competition for the royals, the pair later travelled to the Roscor Youth Village charity in Co Fermanagh where Kate and William went head to head in a canoeing race on Lough Erne.

Barr, ever the inquisitor, then asked Kate the question on everyone's lips: "Baby number four?"

Britain's Catherine Duchess of Cambridge is seen on a walkabout outside the Braid Centre in Ballymena, Northern Ireland February 28, 2019.

He said: "Mary Peters, is not only one of the United Kingdom's sporting legends, she's also inspired generation after generation to come together in times of trouble and work for the common good - a lesson I hope many of us can learn from".

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The news comes less than a year after Middleton gave birth to her and William's third child, a little boy named Prince Louis.

The Duke and Duchess stopped to chat with the crowds and accepted bunches of flowers from ecstatic fans.

Afterwards, the couple was presented with three small green Northern Ireland national soccer team shirts for their children.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Northern Ireland on Wednesday for a surprise visit - and Kate's look is very familiar.

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The first day of the royal couple's tour focused on promoting the positive impact sport, nature and the outdoors can have on childhood development.

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