Hundreds of well-wishers wave goodbye to William and Kate in Ballymena

Posted March 01, 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge has hinted that she may be planning her fourth child with Prince William.

The Duchess of Cambridge has admitted to feeling "very broody" as she met a five-month-old baby during a visit to in Northern Ireland - even revealing "William might be worried" if she wanted a fourth baby. "I think William would be a little anxious".

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While there, the duchess put on her bartending cap and hopped behind the bar to pour the flawless pint of Harp Ice - an Irish lager created in 1960 by Guinness in its Great Northern Brewery in Dundalk, Ireland. Kate, 37, who is already mother to George, Charlotte and Louis, cooed over five-month-old baby James Barr after spotting the baby in the crowd outside the Braid Arts Centre in Ballymena (right). Before you picture the Duchess of Cambridge pacing back and forth in a dimly lit room, know that "broody" is British slang for hens ready to lay eggs (why does everything in England circle back to hens?) - i.e.

Kate wore a new, blue, $3200 coat by Mulberry for the walkabout with a repeat blue Jenny Packham dress, her navy Rupert Sanderson courts and matching clutch by Jimmy Choo. After being asked if she likes "being a princess" and the size of the palace, Kate shared the most important part of her job. "She gets to talk to them - she loves meeting and talking to the children". Everyone is so fearless and strong in some of the places we go.

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"Kate was very nice and William was very nice too".

Kate and William's first stop in their trip to Ireland was to a soccer stadium where the couple learned about programs that encourage young girls to play the sport and those dealing with mental health issues.

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