Prince William has dropped a major hint that he and wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, are ready for another child!
The spotlight has been on the Duke and Duchess as they make their way across New Zealand and Australia as part of a royal tour.
And as the couple explored the small New Zealand town of Cambridge, it appears William dropped a big hint that the Royal couple are planning to extend their family.
Well-wisher Cynthia Read was commissioned by the New Zealand government to make a merino wool shawl for George. Wills then thanked Read before apparently replying: "You might have to make another one soon!"
MailOnline reports that Read said: "The way William said it was like he was letting me in on a secret."
The couple have not hidden the fact that they'd like to have more children, and the Telegraph reports that in March Wills said: "Maybe one day - one's enough at the moment."
With little Prince George making a few appearances on the tour so far, locals have been busy representing his parents with gifts and toys and in Cambridge they were given a children's bike.
So it seems that Prince George could soon have a little brother or sister to play with! However, don't get too excited yet, because the couple are heading to a wine tasting engagement as part of the tour in New Zealand's Otago.
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