BREXIT BABY: Was new royal-to-be conceived on Kate and Will’s EU exit trip to POLAND?!
Kate and William’s new baby could have been conceived on their Brexit tour of Poland, it has been revealed.
Kensington Palace today announced the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth to her third child next April.
And that means the newest member of the Royal Family was most likely conceived as the pair travelled through Poland in July.
The smiling Duke and Duchess had been in high spirits as they visited the eastern European state on a Brexit boosting tour.
Crowds had clamoured to grab selfies with a beaming Kate as William turned on the charm.
Among the huge number of royal fans were hundreds of youngsters, who may have turned the couple’s minds to having a new child of their own.
And during that visit, Kate, 35, even hinted she wanted more children.
The pair were handed a gift of a newborn’s toy, prompting Kate to joke: “We’ll just have to have more babies.”
And she also appeared to avoid drinking alcohol during toasts on the visit, common advice for women who are trying to conceive.
The surprise announcement of Kate’s pregnancy was made last month when she had to pull out of an official engagement due to extreme morning sickness.
She has been suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum but royal sources say the symptoms have eased in recent weeks.
The Duchess made a surprise appearance at a royal engagement on Monday, taking a twirl with Paddington Bear as they danced on the platform of Paddington Station.
She is also due to visit Norway and Sweden with the Duke on an official visit early next year.
The Scandinavian tour had been scheduled for next month but was put back because the Duchess does not feel well enough.
With the month of the new baby’s birth revealed, the new prince of princess could potentially arrive on the couple’s s seventh wedding anniversary on April 29 or close to Princess Charlotte’s third birthday on May 2.
It is thought Charlotte’s birth was overdue but if the Duke and Duchess’ third child is born early it could coincide with the 92nd birthday of its great-grandmother the Queen on April 21.
When news of the pregnancy was revealed in September, William said “not much sleep” was being had at the main family home of Kensington Palace as Kate fought her morning sickness.
He said: ”We need Catherine to get over this first bit and then we can start celebrating.
“It’s always a bit anxious to start with, but she’s well.”
The Duchess gave birth to George and Charlotte at the private Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, central London, and will be expected to do the same this time around.
Her new baby will be born fifth in line to the throne, pushing uncle Prince Harry into sixth place.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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