Meanwhile the couple are said to be busy ‘figuring out all the logistics of how they will easily transition from a family of five to a family of seven.’
‘Right now the plan is to move Charlotte down the hall into a “big girl” bedroom so the babies’ nursery will be closer to Kate.’
And William has even told friends that the couple will name one of the girls Diana as a ‘touching tribute to his late mum.’
Following her entrance to the event via tractor with British TV personality Mary Berry, the Duchess of Cambridge got in touch with her maternal side as she played with children at the Back to Nature garden launch.
Wearing a floral dress by Emilia Wickstead, the mother-of-three was seen laughing and dancing with a small baby.
A local Australian publication reported that she told the child's mother that her son Prince Louis loves to "smell flowers in the garden."
Kate also spoke to families who were invited from the Evelina London Children's hospital - one of the royal's patronages - as she planted a blue cedar tree at the RHS Garden Wisley's new space for families.
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