Kate Middleton has talked openly about her new son-in-law Meghan Markle the following days with speculation that the couple is in war.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the "very different" duchesses "do not really come true" and tension was a driving force in Prince Harry and Meghan's decision to move from Kensington Palace and into Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle.
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However, Kate seemed to be anything but supportive of Meghan when she was asked about her pregnancy during a public walk outside Leicester University on Wednesday.
Asked by a fan if she was excited about "Meghan and her new baby," Kate gushed: "Yes, absolutely. It's a special time to have all the kids … and a cousin for both George and Charlotte, and Louis. It will be very special. "
A video of the exchange was shared on a royal fan social media account.
It follows that reports like Prince Harry and Meghan are planning to ask George and Amal Clooney to become fear parents of their first child, due in the first half of 2019.
During the meeting and greeting, the Duchess of Cambridge admitted that barely Prince Louis – her third child with Prince William – became very "big".
"I can not believe he's seven months now, he's a big boy!" She told the audience.
Kate also ran on her child's sweet nickname for his father, Prince William, while talking to local woman Fiona Sturgess.
"Kate said that William played football with the kids last night, and one of them said I think it was George," Do you play football tomorrow, Pops? "" Fiona told People magazine. "She said no!"
Just last month, Prince George and Prince Charlotte's nickname for his grandfather, Prince Charles, was revealed by Daily mail Royal Correspondent Robert Hardman.
He reported that the royal children called the Prince of Wales "Grandfather Wales" and added that Queen Elizabeth II used to call his own grandfather, King George V, "Grandfather England".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was in Leicester on Wednesday to commemorate the five people who died in a helicopter crash last year, including Leicester City football boss Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.