Kate Middleton talks breastfeeding in Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge start two-day visit to Northern Ireland

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge start two-day visit to Northern Ireland

During her walkabout in Ballymena for the second day of her and Prince William's royal tour of Northern Ireland, the Duchess was asked if she wants to be a mother again, after meeting five-month-old James.

Kate revealed that she was feeling "broody" during a royal visit to Ballymena in Northern Ireland.

Um ... does Kate Middleton have something to tell us?

She laughed and replied: "I think William might be slightly anxious". Complete with a Peter Pan collar and an A-line skirt, the Duchess looked lovely (and warm!) when she stepped out in the Yukon three years ago.

As part of their visit to Ballymena, the couple also visited St Joseph's SureStart centre in the Dunclug area of the town, which supports parents with children aged under four years.

Labour says it will back call for second Brexit referendum
MP Stephen Morgan welcomed the move from the Labour Party last night to back a controversial second referendum . The Labour MP made an emotional plea to the Prime Minister calling on her to vote against no-deal Brexit .

The first day of the royal couple's tour focused on promoting the positive impact sport, nature and the outdoors can have on childhood development.

They then travelled to County Fermanagh to visit a youth centre, before returning to the capital for a party at the iconic Belfast Empire Hall.

And while Kate helped with getting tents set up, Prince William took a turn on an obstacle course.

Wearing a Mulberry coat, Kate chatted to officials from Mid and East Antrim Council while William spoke to DUP MP Ian Paisley, who presented him with a wooden walking stick. Their first stop was at Windsor Park football stadium, where they learned about the Irish Football Association's programs to encourage youngsters to get into sports.

Britain's Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge visit to celebrate inspirational young people from Northern Ireland at the Empire Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland February 27, 2019.

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