Kate Middleton admits to feeling 'very broody'

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On a visit to Belfast in Northern Ireland, the Duchess of Cambridge may as well have climbed out of a pumpkin rather than a auto, dazzling as she did in a sparkly Cinderella-esque mint-green dress.

Prince Harry might have to get prepared to move down a rung on the line of succession to the British throne because it appears his sister-in-law Kate Middleton is not done having babies.

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. It makes me feel broody'.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge closed the first day of their visit to Northern Ireland at a party in a pub.

The 37-year-old mother of three began a second day of engagements in Northern Ireland on Thursday by greeting well-wishers.

That is when, People reports, the man took the opportunity to inquire about her and William's future plans: 'Baby number four?'

On the final stop of their two-day visit to the region before returning home to their own children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, the royal couple spent time listening to the experiences of parents in Ballymena, Co Antrim. She then told James, "You're a very sweet little boy".

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge engage in a walkabout in Ballymena town centre. It was here that Catherine was spotted kicking a ball at the Windsor Park football stadium.

She said: "I got a little bit nervous and started to cry and she asked me was I a little bit shy, and I said "I am", and she said that she used to be shy when she was little too".

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