Kate Middleton's Baby Comment Suggests Parenthood for Royal Couple

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Prince William and his wife, Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, smile in the state landau in Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island as they continue their Royal Tour of Canada, Monday, July 4, 2011. Credit: AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty

Just four simple words spoken by Kate Middleton were enough to spark an international conversation.

The newly minted Duchess of Cambridge visited Quebec recently with her husband, Prince William, and one man wished Middleton well in starting a family, according to the Daily Telegraph. Her response, "Yes, I hope to," has the press buzzing that a baby -- and heir to the throne -- may soon be in the cards.

Though her comment was brief, it was the first time she had spoken publicly about having children, the Telegraph reports.

Now, tabloids and news outlets alike are splashing headlines like the Daily Express, "KATE: I WANT TO START A FAMILY."

An exaggeration, perhaps, but because "royal couples typically have children early on in marriage," according to the Telegraph, it might be a good idea to start watching out for that royal baby bump.


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