Even though we're sure Kate Middleton is itching to give birth, it seems like Prince William is even more anxious!
The Duke of Cambridge, 32, and his pregnant wife, 33, talked to a couple, Antonia Kain and Paul Reardon, outside Christ Church in Gipsy Hill, London, Friday where he dished that he "couldn't wait" for his second bundle of joy's arrival. They asked the duke when the baby is due, and after telling them that we can expect a royal prince or princess to come the "end of April," he also told the couple that "he couldn't wait for the baby to be born."
But at an event last week, Kate revealed that her second child could arrive "mid-to-end" of April. Regardless, we'll be waiting with bated breath!
Prince William also told the couple that "he wanted it now, he couldn't wait another minute."
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He also told another attendee, Helen Scholes, about his wife's impending birth. She told media, "William said number one is a life-changer and number two is a game-changer."
Friday's events marked the Duchess of Cambridge's final public appearance before she most likely appears on the steps of the Lindo Wing, the private maternity ward at London's St. Mary's Hospital, with her new baby. As per usual, Kate looked gorgeous during the outing, dressed in a hot pink Mulberry coat before she takes on what we assume to be a life of sweatpants and other comfortable clothes (which she would instantly turn into a fashion trend).
Kate and her husband took a tour of the Stephen Lawrence Centre, a place for community learning and social research, where they met with staff and volunteers before seeing the Harris Academy law workshop in the lecture room. Before leaving for their next appearance, Kate and Wills signed the guest book and the duchess was presented with a bouquet of flowers.
She and Wills continued on to Christ Church afterwards, and for their third and final stop of the day they area scheduled to visit XLP mobile recording studio at an estate in nearby Sydenham.
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