Duchess Catherine admits she’s broody during Northern Ireland royal visit

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Duchess Catherine has discussed her future baby plans with a royal fan in Northern Ireland. Source: Getty

She’s already a mother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis and now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has admitted to a royal fan that she’s still broody.

The mother-of-three joined husband Prince William for another day of royal engagements in Northern Ireland and Catherine was completely smitten with a five-month-old baby named James she spotted in the crowd outside the Braid Arts Centre in Ballymena.

In video obtained by Cool FM in the United Kingdom, the 37-year-old happily interacted with the adorable tot and his father.

“”He’s diddy,” the young royal told the baby’s father and she bent down to say hello. Clearly impressed with Catherine, little James flashed her a massive smile.

“He’s a very sweet boy,” she added. “He’s so diddy. It makes me very broody seeing all the little ones.”

The baby’s father asked Catherine if that meant another royal baby was on the way.

“I think William might be slightly worried,” she joked.

For her outing, Catherine wowed crowds in a blue fashion ensemble. She opted for a pale blue coat, complete with dark blue heels and a matching purse.

Duchess Catherine stepped out in a fashionable blue outfit for a day of royal engagements in Northern Ireland.
Duchess Catherine stepped out in a fashionable blue outfit for a day of royal engagements in Northern Ireland. Source: Getty

She wore her luscious brunette locks in a straight style for the visit. Throughout the day, both she and her husband were kept on their toes with plenty of activities.

The day began with the pair meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service in Northern Ireland to hear about the unique challenges they face. Next, they stopped by the Braid Arts Centre.

Here they visited the charity Cinemagic, who have used film, television and digital technologies to engage with over 500,000 young people. According to Kensington Palace, the charity uses visual arts to increase opportunities and develop skills for young people from all backgrounds. At one point, Catherine participated in a make-up demonstration.

The pair also took time to meet with members of Sure Start, an organisation that that supports parents with children aged under four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland.

It was here that Catherine and Prince William met more children for some fun activities. The Duchess of Cambridge joined a spring time gardening activity, which she was told gives children and parents an opportunity to plan their own springtime flower to bring home and take care of. Meanwhile, Prince William got his hands dirty and helped the tots hatch dinosaur eggs as part of another fun project.

The latest royal engagements come a day after the royal couple wowed crowds in Belfast. It was here that Catherine was spotted kicking a ball at the Windsor Park football stadium.

Read more: Stunning Catherine pours pints in heels, takes on Wills in football in Ireland

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