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On day two of her royal visit to Northern Ireland, Duchess Catherine has revealed she's feeling "broody", while taking a walkabout in Ballymena on Thursday.
According to People, the royal mum-of-three met five-month-old James while greeting the crowd and told his father, Alan Barr: "He's a very sweet little boy.
"Makes me feel very broody."
Alan was quick to ask the Duchess if she was ready for baby number four to join Prince George, five, Princess Charlotte, three and ten-month old Prince Louis.
"I think William might be slightly worried," the Duchess laughed in reply.
The walkabout marked the start of the Duke and Duchess' second day in Northern Ireland.
Kate looked beautiful in a blue Mulberry cape coat and Jenny Packham dress, paired with dark blue suede heels and a matching clutch.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked gorgeous in blue during a walkabout in Ballymena, Northern Ireland. (Image: Getty)
Their first engagement was a private meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service in North Ireland to hear about the challenges they face, before they made their to the Braid Arts Centre, to visit the charity Cinemagic.
The charity uses visual arts to increase opportunities and develop skills for young people from all backgrounds and the Duchess of Cambridge got stuck in too, showing off her hair braiding skills as she joined children from Malvern Primary School during their make-up demonstration and storyboard masterclass.
The Duke and Duchess finished their royal tour of Ballymena at Sure Start, a programme that supports parents with children aged four years old living in disadvantaged areas in Northern Ireland.
During their visit, the Cambridges opened up about their parenting experiences with parents at the St Joseph's facility, revealing their experience with sleep deprivation.
Speaking to Hello! after the visit, one of the mums in attendance, Kathryn Ward says the couple disclosed that despite having staff available, they preferred to get up in the night if any of their children wake.
"They were chatting a bit about sleep deprivation," Kathryn reveals.
"Even though they get the help that they have, they're still parents as well and want to get up with their own children.
"So they understand the stresses and pressures we're going through, even though they got a couple of people more hands-on.
"They were fantastic," the 26-year-old mum continues.
"Really on our level."
The Cambridges opened up about their parenting experiences with other parents at the charity organisation Sure Start in Ballymena. (Image: Getty)
The day concludes the Cambridges' two-day royal visit to Northern Ireland, to celebrate the young people of the country.
On their first day, the couple visited Windsor Park and joined in on a friendly game of football with children, with the Duchess revealing her eldest child George thinks she's "rubbish" at football.
Prince William also showed George probably gets his cheekiness from his father, warning the kids: "Look out, she goes for the ankles!"
Her five-year-old son, Prince George, has apparently cheekily told her she's "rubbish" at football. (Image: Getty)
The fun-loving royal parents finished the day at a party at the Belfast Empire Music Hall to celebrate young people making a difference.
The couple looked every bit the royals they are, with Kate looking radiant in a mint Missoni gown and William looking dapper in a dark blue suit.
The pair let their hair down, getting the party started by each pulling a pint of beer at the bar.
The Duke and Duchess get the party started by both pulling a pint of beer. (Image: Getty)
The two will be joining the rest of the royal family in just a few days to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles' investiture.