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'We will just have to have more babies': Middleton

WATCH out George and Charlotte - another little royal could soon be crowding your nursery.

Kate Middleton has sent royal watchers into a tailspin during her trip to Warsaw with Prince William, after hinting she'd like to have a third child.

The comment came after she was offered a cuddly toy - designed for newborns - during a business reception in the Polish capital. She thanked the wellwisher, laughingly adding: "We will just have to have more babies."

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are already parents to Prince George, who turns four on Saturday, and Princess Charlotte, 2.

Following the technology reception, the royals - who arrived in Warsaw on Monday afternoon - joined 600 other guests to attend a party held in honour of the Queen at the Orangery.

If Kate does indeed fall pregnant again, there's one aspect she certainly won't enjoy having to repeat. She recently revealed to the BBC that she was devastated after being banned from going to the Wimbledon final in 2013 while eight months pregnant with George.

The avid tennis fan gave birth to her first child with Prince William just two weeks after Andy Murray won Wimbledon for the UK, and said she actually wrote him a letter to apologise for not being there to see it.

"I was very heavily pregnant. I wrote to him [Murray] afterwards saying sorry for not being there," she said.

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