Kate Middleton is due to give birth at any moment and despite the couple previously insisting they weren’t going to be finding out whether they’re expecting a boy or a girl, Prince William just dropped a huge hint that they could already know.
William, 35, who joined fellow Aston Villa fans on Tuesday night to cheer on his favourite soccer team, was chatting to match-goers about Jack Grealish scoring the winning goal against Cardiff City when he suggested he and Middleton could be having another baby boy.
According to the Mirror, the royal said after the match: “I’m going to insist the baby is called Jack,” before he quickly added, “…or Jackie.”
The latest royal baby news comes after it was revealed Middleton, 36, is set to return to the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital, London, to have her third baby.
Despite previous rumours suggesting she could give birth at home at Kensington Palace, it was announced that she’ll head back to the place where she had both Prince George, now 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.
Parking has been suspended outside the hospital since the start of the week and press are thought to have been allowed to set up camp as of Wednesday.