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Kate Middleton, Prince William Bracing for 3rd Child? Royal Fanatics, Bookies Keeping Fingers Crossed

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Royal family watchers, including British bookmaking firms, are waiting with bated breath if Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge will announce the arrival of baby number three in 2017.

British betting and gambling firm Ladbrokes cut the odds to 4/6 that the Duke and Duchess will be announcing a sibling for Prince George and Princess Charlotte by next year. It is only a 4/1 shot that the much-watched pair will make a royal baby announcement before 2016 pans out, or a 3/1 possibility that the news will surface in 2018, Emirates247.com reported.

It fueled speculation if Prince William and Kate Middleton, who just visited Canada with their two adorable kids, will soon have an addition to their royal brood. At the moment, the royal couple has not announced anything of that sort yet.  Kate Middleton, 34,  hails from a family with three kids and is reportedly longing to give her children the kind of upbringing she was able to have.

The body language of the royal couple has not escaped notice from professional training coaches, who noted that their eye contact, the way they hold each other’s gaze and other simple gestures signify how the two are still so into each other.

In fact, the whole world looked with fascination when a recent video and photographs of the royal family attending a tea party at the Government House in Victoria, Canada came out.

During the royal family’s Canadian tour, Prince George and Prince Charlotte  effortlessly caught everyone’s attention. Even when the royal family was set to depart from Victoria Harbour Airport, the two kids looked cute waving their goodbyes along with their famous parents.

It will be noted that Prince William and Kate Middleton have often been mum on private matters. Even when they were expecting a child, the royal pair had remained tight-lipped. Nonetheless, royal baby betting went full steam ahead until Princess Charlotte’s arrival in early May 2015.

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