‘We’ll just have to have more babies!’ Kate speaks out about having a third child

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  • Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge has spoken out about the possibility of having a third child.

    Kate, 35, made the comments during an official appearance with husband Prince William, also 35, on the first stop of their current European tour.

    The pair were presented with a cuddly toy designed to soothe newborn babies during a reception in Polish capital Warsaw. Upon seeing the gift, Kate turned to William and joked: ‘We’ll just have to have more babies!’

    Polish fashion designer Gosia Baczynska and her sister and business partner Julia Sielicka-Jastrzebska later spoke to reporters and explained the Duchess’ remark in more detail, adding that Kate had made the statement after learning that the gift was aimed at children younger than her own.

    ‘We gave the Duchess some presents for Prince George and Princess Charlotte,’ she said. ‘She said they should have more babies, and they laughed.’

    The couple are already parents to son Prince George, was was born in July 2013, and daughter Princess Charlotte, whom they welcomed in May 2015.

    The two children have travelled to Poland with their parents, although it is through that their only appearances will be boarding the aeroplanes for their arrival and departure from the trip.

    Later that day, William and Kate attended a garden party held in honour of his grandmother the Queen in at The Orangery in Warsaw, where they were pictured chatting and mingling with many of the 600 invited guests.

    The remainder of their itinerary will see them make a few more stops in Poland before travelling to Berlin in Germany, where they’ll start the day’s engagements with a private meeting with Chancellor Merkel.

    Also on the agenda are visits to a charity which supports disadvantaged children, tours of various museums, and a party held in honour of the Queen’s birthday.