Prince William denies Kate Middleton pregnancy rumours: ‘One’s enough!’

Well that’s put that rumour to bed then.

 

Prince William has cheerfully quashed any notion that Kate Middleton is expecting baby number two as he joked they had their hands full with just Prince George.

Prince William laughed off the rumour that Kate Middleton is pregnant

 

During their annual St. Patrick’s Day trip to visit the Irish Guard yesterday, the royal couple were asked if they were planning to add to their family soon, to which William replied: ‘Maybe one day. One’s enough at the moment’.

Kate and William, minus Prince George, were all smiles at the parade in Aldershot, Hampshire yesterday

 

The Duchess of Cambridge even invested in a new green coat for the occasion.

 

The Duchess swapped her favourite Emilia Wickstead coat for Hobbs today

For the last two years, Kate has worn the same green Emilia Wickstead coat to this event.

This year she decided to change things up, opting for an emerald green Hobbs wool coat for the Irish festival, that is admittedly rather similar to last year’s outfit.

Kate kept her favourite green leather belt from 2012 to wear with her new coat, having omitted it last year due to her blossoming baby bump.

Possibly due to the unseasonable warmth, the Duchess swapped the black opaque tights for a nude look to go with her matching green Gina Foster hat and court shoes.

Kate handed out 300 shamrocks to officers at the parade

Her brunette locks were their usual perfectly quaffed selves, worn in Kate’s signature soft wave style.

As always, the 32-year-old adorned her green ensemble with a festive sprig of shamrocks to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland’s feast day.

In both 2012 and 2013, Kate wore the same Emilia Wickstead coat to the parade

 

 

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There was no sign of Prince George, as the pair looked well rested (and a little tanned) after their romantic getaway to the Maldives last week.

Kate and William were the guests of honor for the annual parade

As part of their royal duties, every year the Duke and Duchess attend the celebration to hand out shamrocks to the Irish Guards.

The Duchess handed out 300 of the Irish flowers compared to just 40 last year.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

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