Kate Middleton has hinted that she and hubby Prince William would love to have more children.
The royal couple touched down in Poland yesterday (July 17) with their two children, George, three, and Charlotte, two, for their second royal tour as a family.
But it seems the Duchess of Cambridge, 35, and William, 35, could be planning to expand their brood.
On Monday Kate and William attended a reception in Warsaw and Kate was given a cuddly toy to soothe newborn babies as a gift. Obviously Kate’s kids are a bit too old to need the toy.
After receiving the gift Kate joked that her and William “will have to have more babies”.
She turned to her hubby laughing as she said: “We will just have to have more babies.”
Julia Sielicka-Jastrzebska, who founded the company responsible for the reception, spoke about the moment Kate spoke about the possibility of having more children.
She explained: “We gave the Duchess some presents for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.”
“She said they should have more babies, and they laughed.”
The family are set to spend some time touring around Poland visiting a variety of places.
Kate, William and their two adorable tots arrived yesterday and were pictured stepping off the plane.
William looked dashing in a navy suit while Kate looked radiant in a white dress as she carried little Charlotte.
Prince George looked completely adorable in a shirt and pair of navy shorts but seemed a little camera shy.
Charlotte on the other hand was keen to show off her royal wave as she cuddled up to Kate wearing a red floral dress paired with matching red shoes.
Yesterday Kate and William met Polish students and children during a walk around the Presidential Palace.
Student Magda Mordaka, 21, revealed she spoke to Kate. She said: “We are fans of the British monarchy. We have a Facebook group.
“We love her style, and her contact with people. We were waiting for this visit from the very beginning. What would she wear? Would she bring the children?
“We were telling her that she is beautiful and perfect, but she said it’s not true – it’s just the make-up.”
Later that day the couple celebrated the Queen’s birthday by attending a garden party.
Now on their second day of their tour the couple were pictured leaving their residence heading to visit the country’s Stuttof concentration camp earlier this morning.
Kate and William are also set to visit the Gdansk Shakespearean theatre and the European Solidarity Movement Museum.