Prince William may have accidentally revealed the gender of his baby, as Duchess of Cambridge prepares for the big day
After watching the Aston Villa game at Cardiff City, Prince William may have accidentally revealed the gender of his and Kate Middleton's third child.
Could it be possible that Prince William and Kate Middleton are having a baby boy? It seems highly likely given Prince William's accidental slip of the tongue, which may have just said it all.
As reported by the Mirror, the Aston Villa fan, Prince William, revealed that he was hoping to name his third child after the player Jack Grealish. After cheering on his team at Villa Park, William dropped a massive hint that he and the Duchess of Cambridge were expecting a baby boy.
After the game, William may have accidentally let slip the sex of his third child, who is due in the next couple of weeks. He reportedly said, "I’m going to insist the baby is called Jack, before adding after a pause ... or Jackie." He made the comment after witnessing Grealish score a beautiful goal which won Villa the game.
The 36-year-old Prince was seen wearing a claret and a blue scarf and sitting in the executive seats alongside Norwegian player John Carew.
A Cardiff fan who was in the suite recalled, "It was a surreal thing to see at a Championship football match. He took everyone by surprise really, just walking through as he did. Everyone gave him a cheer, spontaneously. Then he turned round and gave a fist pump, which was a bit unexpected of him."
"He didn't appear to have any security with him, although he was with John Carew, who is 6ft 4ins, so I think Carew would have been be able to look after him," he continued.
Bookmakers in the UK are placing bets on what the baby's name could be. Rumors suggest that the names Albert and Arthur are tied as the most popular names. The name Philip is also a strong contender. The names for a girl have been speculated as Alice and Mary.