Kate, Duchess of Cambridge is already a mother to three royal tots but has been swamped by rumours that she and Prince William could want more. The glowing Duchess attended the opening of a Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) wilderness garden in Wisley yesterday where she doted over little ones who pitched up to the event.
Royal fans were sent into a pregnancy speculation spin after broody-looking Kate played and laughed with little ones at the garden opening.
She wore a stunning floral dress as danced away with youngsters in the wilderness garden which encourages children to play, discover and relax outdoors.
The Duchess is in her element as a mother and showed off her parenting skills chatting to children and even petting one little girl on the head.
Kate was joined by celebrity cook Mary Berry at the event where she planted a blue cedar tree to mark the RHS Garden’s opening.
Amid mounting pregnancy speculation, bookies have slashed the odds on both Kate and Meghan Markle announcing pregnancies soon.
Meghan and Kate are both tipped to give birth in 2020 with odds of just 3/1.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “We’re anticipating a huge year for the royals in 2020 with not one but two new additions seemingly on their way.”
Kate marked a motherhood milestone last week as she dropped off her middle child, Princess Charlotte, four, for her first day of school.
Now both Prince George and Princess Charlotte are at school, Kate only has little Prince Louis, one, at home with her full-time.
The Duchess’s dedication to children is clear and she was a key collaborator on the Back to Nature project that inspired this new wilderness garden.
RHS Director General, Sue Biggs, thanked the Duchess for her work, she said: “How magical for these children to play somewhere that has been inspired by gardens co-designed by The Duchess.
“We are grateful to The Duchess for the incredible impact that this ‘Back to Nature’ collaboration has had.
“There is no doubt that this project, through her passion and vision, has highlighted that access to natural environments and green spaces isn’t just a nice to have, it’s vital to have.
“This is something that the RHS also strongly believes in and will continue to champion through our Greening Great Britain Campaign and charitable work.”