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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Here's to starting a family: Wills and Kate toast each other with water at Gala reception after Prince tells well-wishers he wants two children

By REBECCA ENGLISH and LARISA BROWN

Cheers: The Royal couple make a toast with water in honour of Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee at a British Gala reception, shortly after Wills said he wanted two children

In the steamy Singapore heat, it seems the Royal couple decided to have a dry night and forgo the champagne.
But their clinking of glasses topped with water, may fuel speculation that if Kate is not already pregnant, she and William might be trying for a baby.
William earlier revealed the couple's plans to start a family - by saying he wanted two children - after being quizzed by a plucky youngster.

The Duke of Cambridge watches his wife adoringly as she signs a guest book at a reception at Eden Hall, Singapore, after the couple have spent a day touring the country

During their tour of Singapore today, the Duke of Cambridge was taking part in a colourful walkabout when he was asked by a little boy how big a family he would like. He answered without hesitation: 'Two'.
William recently made clear that he and the Duchess, who are both 30, are keen to start a family soon and many predict that may come after this current tour is over.
Corine Ackermann, 17, who was with school friends from the Tanglin Trust British School, said: 'Someone asked him how many children he would like to have, and he said he was thinking about having two.'

The Royal couple visit the British High Commissioner's residence, left and right, for dinner, on day two of the Diamond Jubilee Tour of the Far East in Singapore

He and Kate were also asked what 'powers they would like' if they could be a superhero by Jaz Heber Percy, 13.
The Duke replied: 'That’s a hard question – I’m not sure. I’ll have to think about it. I think invisibility.'
Then, when she met the Duchess moments later, she asked her the same question.
Miss Percy said: 'Kate said she had to be invisible if Prince William was, otherwise he would be able to sneak up on her.'
Her friend Charlotte Phillipson, 13, said: 'She found it really tricky to answer.'

Picturesque: Kate admires the beauty of the Cloud Forest of Singapore's Gardens in Singapore while Wills looks at her lovingly

Miss Phillipson said she burst into tears when the Duchess spoke to her, adding: 'She is my idol, she is a great model and something really to aspire to. She is very down to earth and lovely.'
Later on today the couple visited Queenstown, the first ‘satellite’ town in Singapore which was, appropriately, named after the Queen to mark her coronation in 1953.
Located in the south-western part of the island, around five miles from the city, it resembles an English housing estate - but with manicured lawns and a distinct lack of graffiti.


The Duchess of Cambridge arrives at Gardens by the Bay, left, and looks beautiful as she holds a bouquet of flowers, right, as onlookers welcome her to the country

Less than forty years ago, however, it was an area of large, swampy land inhabited by a few hundred people living in attap-roofed huts (a form of mangrove palm) who lived by cultivating fruit and rearing poultry.
Now it is a self-sufficient town with more than 84,000 people living in 30,200 apartments thanks to a major building project by the Housing Development Board (HDB).
The couple arrived to a whirr of noise and colour as they were greeted by a traditional lion dance – a sign of welcome and good luck - to represent Singapore's Chinese community.

source: dailymail



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