Royal baby BOMBSHELL: Kate drops ANOTHER clue amid pregnancy rumours on St Patrick’s Day

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KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, dropped a major clue as rumours about her pregnancy escalate.

KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, dropped a major clue as rumours about her pregnancy escalate.

The royal and her husband Prince William helped bring in the St Patrick’s Day celebrations when they attended a parade at Cavalry Barracks in Hounslow. At a recent Northern Ireland event Kate, 37, told a couple in the crowd she was “broody”, which fuelled speculation she may be pregnant. She made the off-hand remark after coming came face-to-face with an adorable baby in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.

Kate had been in Hounslow to celebrate St Patricks Day Image GETTY
Kate had been in Hounslow to celebrate St Patricks Day Image GETTY

The Duchess appeared utterly smitten when she met five-month-old James.

She told his father, Alan: “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody.”

But unlike other occasions when she has been pregnant, Kate was pictured in Hounslow yesterday enjoying a pint of Guinness during traditional St Patrick’s Day festivities.

The move has caused royal experts to now believe she is not pregnant.

Last year Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis Image GETTY
Last year Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis Image GETTY

Last year, Kate was pregnant with Prince Louis.

During the same St Patrick’s Day event, the royal opted to sip at a pint of water as opposed to the Irish alcoholic favourite.

Her sister-in-law Meghan Markle is expecting her first child with husband Prince Harry.

The couple’s newborn is due in the spring.

According to Honey9, Ladbrokes had taken bets that the Cambridge couple were expecting.

Kate was recently seen visiting Leicester University.

At a talk, she reportedly said: “It’s such a special time to have kiddies.

“And a cousin for George and Charlotte as well, and Louis.

“So it will be really special.”

The NHS says that drinking alcohol within the first three months of pregnancy increases the risk of miscarriage or premature birth.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK