Kate Middleton responds to questions about baby number four while in Northern Ireland: 'Makes me very broody'

Kate Middleton responds to questions about baby number four while in Northern Ireland: 'Makes me very broody'

Will Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis be getting another sibling soon?

It seems that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge definitely had babies on their minds while greeting Ballymena locals during day two of their surprise trip to Northern Ireland on Thursday.

While greeting royal well wishers in a town walkabout, the duchess stumbled upon Alan Barr and his baby James. The five-month-old caught the eye of Kate, who stopped by to say hello, according to the Daily Mail.

"He's a very sweet little boy... He's so diddy. Makes me very broody," the royal said. When asked about the possibility of baby number four, Kate merely "smiled."

"I think William might be slightly worried," she joked.

Today's slew of royal engagements involves a visit to Ballykeal Primary School, a private meeting with the town's police officers, learning about the local organization Cinemagic and participating in Sue Start, a program dedicated to young children in disadvantaged areas.

For more on the royals' surprise visit, watch the video above.

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