Kate Middleton and Prince William have remained mum about the gender of the next royal baby, but some possible hints have appeared.
A clue emerged back in March when the Duchess of Cambridge reportedly visited a baby clothing store and looked at items of clothing for girls.
“She was very interested,” the co-owner of the store said. “Every mum that comes in the shop, they look for boys’ [clothes] but they always end up looking at the girls’ stuff too. We all hope it’s a little girl because it will be so cute, they will be like a little couple.”
Another indication comes from Daily Mail, which reported that an interior design company has sent three shades of pink paint to Anmer Hall: Henrietta.
Also, locals from Princess Kate’s hometown of Bucklebury, Berkshire, predict that the Duchess of Cambridge will have a baby girl.
Until an official statement from Kensington Palace, nothing is certain about the child’s gender.