Kate Middleton to have FOURTH baby? Duchess admits she’s ‘feeling BROODY’ on royal tour

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KATE Middleton has fuelled rumours of a fourth baby after admitting to “feeling broody” during her and Prince William’s royal tour of Northern Ireland.

The Duchess of Cambridge was left gushing after meeting a royal fan’s cute baby during day two of her and Wills’ trip across the Irish sea.

She was filmed stopping to coo over five-month-old tot James Barr during a royal walkabout in front of huge crowds in Ballymena this afternoon

The mum-of-three gazed at the baby and told him “you’re a very sweet little boy” before being told by his dad Alan the baby is just five and a half month old.

Kate Middleton meets baby in Northern Ireland

BROODY KATE: The moment the Duchess meets an adorable baby boy (Pic: GETTY/COOL FM)

Kate Middleton meets baby in Northern Ireland

BABY NO.4? Kate was left gushing over a baby during a royal walkaround in Ballymena (Pic: COOL FM)

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Ballymena

ALL SMILES: Kate enjoyed meeting huge crowds in Ballymena today (Pic: PA)

“It makes me feel broody”

Kate Middleton

Kate then gushed “oh he’s so diddy” and admitted: “He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody.”

Alan cheekily asked “baby number four?” to which Kate then said: “I think William would be a little worried.”

The Duchess’ broodiness appeared to continue on the tour when she came across another sweet baby girl and said: “I love your cool coat. Charlotte loves pink.”

Kate Middleton meets baby in Northern Ireland

BESOTTED: Kate even admitted she felt ‘broody’ when seeing the baby (Pic: COOL FM)

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Northern Ireland

LOVING LIFE: Kate was mobbed by her young royal fans today in Ballymena (Pic: PA)

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Northern Ireland

BABY BLUES? Kate donned a stunning outfit for her royal trip in Northern Ireland (Pic: PA)

Kate and Wills had visited Ballymena to learn more about the work Cinemagic – a charity that uses film, TV and digital technologies to inspire and educate young people.

It was the first public engagement on the second and final day of their visit to Northern Ireland.

They started today with a private meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle, Co Down.

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Northern Ireland

LOVING LIFE: Kate was beaming and on top form on her and Wills trip of Northern Ireland (Pic: PA)

Prince William meets crowds in Northern Ireland

FEELING THE SAME, WILLS? William looked besotted with his young royal fans too (Pic: PA)

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Northern Ireland

ROYAL WAVE: Kate greets the huge crowds who gathered in Ballymena this afternoon (Pic: PA)

Kate Middleton meets crowds in Northern Ireland

WANT A PET, TOO? Kate also loved spending time with her pet fans in Ballymena (Pic: PA)

The pair had kicked off a range of high-energy engagements yesterday by playing football at Belfast’s Windsor Park before taking part in a canoe race in Co Fermanagh.

They then rounded the day off by pulling pints at a reception for young leaders at Belfast’s famous Empire music hall.

The announcement of Kate and Wills’ trip to Northern Ireland wasn’t announced until the morning of their arrival as a security precaution.

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