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Monday, March 18, 2013

'I'm hoping for a boy': Duchess of Cambridge reveals she wants a son but says Prince William would prefer a daughter


Girl or a boy? Kate told a soldier during a St Patrick's Day parade that she is hoping to have a son, while Prince William wants a daughter

The Duchess of Cambridge said today that she hopes her baby is a boy.
But Kate, who is five months pregnant, said Prince William would prefer to have a girl.
The Duchess made the revelations while speaking to a soldier during the couple's visit to Mons Barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire, for a St Patrick's Day parade.

Tradition: Prince William attended the Parade as Colonel of the Regiment, and the Duchess presented the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to the officers and guardsmen of the regiment

After the parade the couple chatted to soldiers from the 1st Battalion Irish Guards.
Guardsman Lee Wheeler, 29, said: 'I was talking to her about the baby, of course.
'I asked her "do you know if it’s a girl or boy", and she said "not yet".

Shamrock: Prince William wore the sprigs on his cap and then had a drink of sherry in the regiment hall

'She said "I’d like to have a boy and William would like a girl". That’s always the way.
'I asked her if she had any names yet and she said no.
'I said I suppose you’ve got to stick to traditional names.'
Guardsman Jason Perry, 33, also spoke to the Duchess about her pregnancy.
He said: 'I wished her congratulations and said I hoped everything is fine. She said "yes it is".

'I asked her if she was excited to be having her first child. She said "very".'
The soldier said it was 'absolutely brilliant' to meet the couple and they had both asked him about his 13-and-a-half year career in the Army, which has seen him serve two tours of Iraq and one in Northern Ireland.
William, who wore the ceremonial dress of the Irish Guards, sipped on a glass of sherry inside the dining hall at the Guardsmens' cookhouse, while the pregnant Duchess went without a drink.

Meet and greet: The Duchess of Cambridge was given bunch of flowers during the visit to the barracks

The Duke watched as she presented traditional sprigs of shamrock to the officers and guardsmen, including one to himself.
Many of the soldiers who received the sprigs wore them in the front of their caps, as did the Duke, while Kate attached one to her lapel, next to a shamrock brooch.
The last sprig was given to the regiment’s new mascot, seven-month-old Irish wolfhound Domhnall, who was carrying out his first public engagement.

source: dailymail

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