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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Hope for a family: William reveals he wants two children as he and Kate take in sights of Singapore on second day of Far East tour


Making a Royal entrance: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge make the same hand gesture as they attend a cultural event in Queenstown, Singapore, on the second day of their Diamond Jubilee tour of South East Asia

The Duke of Cambridge let slip that he would like to have two children with wife Kate during the couple's tour of Singapore today.
William 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.

Royal fan club: Crowds waved Union flags and held banners including one that read: 'Wills and Kate, lookin' great' as they welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

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.'
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.'

Elegance: Kate chose a pretty patterned silk skirt and top by Asian designer Raoul, which cost £485 for the Royal couple's visit to a local housing estate

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.'

Lovely to meet you: The Duchess looks enthralled by the sea of hands extending towards her as she meets the crowds during a visit to Queenstown, Singapore

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.

Dazzling: The couple looked genuinely entranced - Kate particularly - as they watched the dancing, before moving onto a group of Malay drummers known as a Kompang

Move over Michelle Obama! The Duchess flexes her biceps after pushing in the last blade of a Rolls-Royce wide chord fan blade during her tour of the Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus in Singapore

Green fingered: Earlier in the day the Duchess planted a tree in the Gardens of the Bay complex in Singapore, being careful not to get her elegant white Alexander McQueen broderie anglaise suit dirty

Prince William and Kate speak to Dr. Kiat W. Tan during their tour of the gardens, which are Singapore's first conservatories housed in biodomes, displaying plants and flowers from the Mediterranean and Tropics

Unusual: Tour: Kate, right, carries a stunning red bouquet as she makes her way past the tree structures in the Gardens By The Bay in Singapore during the Royal couple's Jubilee tour

Loyal subjects: Catherine bends over to greet a young girl clutching a Union flag. The Duchess was a hit with those who met her, with one person calling her 'down to earth and lovely'

source: dailymail

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