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A baby girl for Prince William and Kate Middleton? by Priyanka ,  Mar 7, 2013
Prince William's wife Catherine is normally careful to protect her privacy, so Britain's newspapers seized on what appeared to be a rare slip of the tongue suggesting that her unborn baby is a girl.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 31, was overheard telling a well-wisher offering a gift for the new royal heir that she would take it "for my d...", before stopping herself, according to media reports.

Kate Middleton's pregnancy may not have gotten off to the smoothest start, but the only bump in the road now is the one she's been sporting under coats and dresses of late. With her morning sickness under control, the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge, 31, is looking and feeling lovely as she prepares for the July birth of her first child with Prince William.
The royal mom-to-be has been happily embracing her new curves in recent weeks and showing off her growing belly at engagements in England and Switzerland. "She's absolutely fine with the changes in her body," a family friend revealed in the March 11 issue of Us Weekly.
Fortunately for the Duchess, those changes no longer include severe morning sickness, for which she was hospitalized in December. "She was saying she had been unwell but was feeling better now," a patient at the Action on Addiction's Hope House treatment facility in London told Us of Middleton, who visited the recovery program in February. Added a source close to the pregnant royal: "She wants to stay busy. She's feeling great."
Middleton has indeed been busy. On Tuesday, March 5, she traveled to Grimbsy, England, to visit the National Fishing Heritage Centre, where she seemed to drop an unintentional hint about the sex of her baby-to-be. (Accepting a teddy bear from Grimbsy local Diane Burton, the Duchess said, "Thank you, I'll take that for my d--" before tellingly cutting herself mid-sentence.)
The Duchess met James William Davies, 5 months, in Market Square while visiting Guildhall in Cambridge, England in Nov. 28.
During a visit to The Rainbow Center in Singapore as part of the Diamond Jubilee Tour, the Duchess painted a picture with young boy. "They want to be as hands on as possible," an insider told Us of the couple's plan to only hire a part-time nanny.
She and her then-boyfriend Prince William beamed after their graduation ceremony at St. Andrew's.
The future royal showed off a slightly curvier shape in jeans walking to work in London.

On March 5, the pregnant Duchess accidentally hinted that the royal baby was a girl — but quickly denied that she knows the baby’s gender! Watch the video, and tell us if YOU think she and Prince William are having a girl!

Kate Middleton and Prince William are claiming they don’t know the gender of their baby, but during an appearance to the National Fishing Heritage Centre on March 5, the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge might have accidentally let it slip that she is expecting a girl!

When Kate greeted fans and admirers, she received and adorable teddy bear from a local Diane Burton, Us Weekly reportedAs she accepted the gift, she said, “Thank you, I’ll take that for my d–” then stopped herself before she could finish, leaving many to wonder if she meant to say daughter.

As she was going through the line of well-wishers, Kate denied that she had started to say she was having a daughter — and insisted that they don’t know the gender of their baby-to-be just yet!

Sandra Cook, 67, overheard Kate’s slip of the tongue.

“I said to her: ‘You were going to say daughter weren’t you?’ and she said, ‘No, we don’t know.’” Sandra revealed. “I said, ‘Oh, I think you do’, to which she said: ‘We’re not telling.’” Even though she wouldn’t fess up about their baby’s gender, she couldn’t help smiling from ear-to-ear while clutching her new gift!

Two days prior to that outing, Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harryheaded to Switzerland for Olympian Laura Bechtolsheimer's wedding to Mark Tomlinson. And last week, the Duchess hit up a London Topshop to pick up some maternity clothes. One thing not on her shopping list? Outfits for her unborn child. "She's not even bought any baby clothes yet!" a source told Us of how the first-time mother is trying to keep the little one's gender under wraps.
Bridal perfection! She didn't disappoint on her royal wedding day, donning a stunning gown custom-designed by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton.
Skinny jeans, indeed! On her and Prince William's tour of North America, she revealed her pin-thin frame in both formal and casual outfits.
The new royal and her husband, Prince William, shared their pregnancy news with the world on Dec. 3, 2012. "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with the news," St. James's Palace said.

November 2011


A royal pregnancy already? She spurred worldwide speculation at Copenhagen's UNICEF distribution center when she refused peanut paste (pregnant women are urged to shun peanut products to avoid the development of allergies in newborns) and clutched her belly protectively.

Sandra Cook, 67, said the exchange took place during Kate's visit to the northeastern English port of Grimsby on Tuesday, when her five-month-old pregnancy bump was clearly visible.

"The lady next to me gave her (Kate) a teddy bear and I distinctly heard her say: 'Thank you, I will take that for my d...'. Then she stopped herself," Cook said.

"I said to her: 'You were going to say daughter, weren't you?' She said: 'No, we don't know.' I said: 'Oh, I think you do', to which she said: 'We're not telling'."

The exchange made the front page of most of Britain's newspapers on Wednesday, amid growing excitement about the new royal baby.

"Has Kate given the game away?" asked the Times, while the Daily Mirror more confidently declared: "It's a girl!"

The baby will be third in line to the throne, behind William and his father Prince Charles.

William, who married Kate in April 2011, is expected to reveal later this month whether he will continue with his job as a military search-and-rescue helicopter pilot or devote himself more fully to royal duties.

BUMP ALERT! Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge seen here arriving at Hope House in Clapham. This is her first public appearance since the announcement of her royal pregnancy.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives for a visit to Hope House addiction treatment centre in south London February 19, 2013.

The Duchess of Cambridge, whose royal baby with husband Prince William is due in July, wore a gray Max Mara wrap dress which ever so slightly gave a glimpse of her bump.

In her first public appearance of the year, the 31-year-old spoke for Action on Addiction in South London, a charity in which she is a patron that supports woman overcoming substance abuse.

The Duchess of Cambridge visiting a woman's treatment centre run by Action on Addiction

The mother-to-be had canceled all of her engagements in December as she suffered from acute morning sickness in the early months of her pregnancy.

Middleton was absolutely glowing at the speaking affair as she donned her bump loud and proud.