AceShowbiz - As the due date is approaching, many people are curious about the sex of Kate Middleton's unborn baby, who will be the sibling of Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Thus, when the Duchess of Cambridge wore a bright pink Mulberry coat for her Tuesday, January 16 outing, people start wondering if she was trying to send a message that she is expecting a baby girl.
Fans are more convinced since this wasn't the first time Kate wore the coat. During her pregnancy with Princess Charlotte, Kate wore the same coat twice. Thus, she has actually only worn this coat when she has been pregnant with a girl.
Reps for Kensington Palace haven't responded to the speculation.
During the outing, she was accompanied by husband Prince William. The couple was greeted by a group of school children. A nine-year-old student, who handed Kate orange flowers, revealed to reporter that Kate said "[Prince] George will love the flowers because he loves orange and police colors. I told them I had an American Girl doll for Christmas, and William said [Princess] Charlotte loves dolls. They were nice and cheerful."
The royal couple also visited the new Science and Health Building at Coverty University, where nurses, midwives, paramedics and other healthcare workers are trained. They laughed and joked with the health staff there as they performed a "wiggle dance" together, moving their hips from side to side while putting their hands above their heads. Kate looked very excited performing the dance, while William seemed awkward.
The Duke and Duchess ended their day by visiting the Positive Youth Foundation office, where they watched a musical performance by the teenagers there. During their visit, William told the people there that he listens "to a bit of everything. %cLinkin Park% when I was younger, a bit of %cColdplay%. What did you think I'd like? Classical?"
The last visit for The Duke and Duchess today is to @PositiveYouth96– which works with over 2,500 young people each year who find themselves living in challenging circumstances. pic.twitter.com/UDFnQHE8AN— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) 16 Januari 2018