Kate Middleton has babies on her mind! During a visit to Warsaw’s The Heart, an incubator for digital and tech start-ups, on Thursday, the Duchess of Cambridge joked that she and Prince William should have more children. “We will just have to have more babies,” the mom-of-two told her husband after being presented with a cuddly toy designed to soothe newborns.
The family-of-four landed in Warsaw on July 17 Photo: Pool/Samir Hussein/Samir Hussein/WireImage
Julia Sielicka-Jastrzebska, who founded the company Whisbear that makes the soft toys, revealed that Kate made the comment after learning the toys are intended for children younger than her own kids. "We gave the Duchess some presents for Prince George and Princess Charlotte," Julia shared. "She said they should have more babies, and they laughed."
Aside from being given bears for their son, three, and daughter, two, Kate was also gifted a T-shirt with the slogan “i'mperfect,” which is a part of the company’s campaign to encourage mothers not to feel the pressure to be flawless. While at the Warsaw-London Bridge event, the Duke, 35, and Duchess, 35, tried on virtual reality headsets and chatted with Polish students who are studying in the UK. When asked for a selfie, William laughed, "I'm allergic to selfies but let's take a photograph.” The Duke made his wife laugh as she posed with the students, joking, "You don't look as clever as the other three."
Prince George and Princess Charlotte's parents visited the Heart, which is a business incubator for start-up businesses Photo: Twitter/@KensingtonRoyal
Kate and William kicked off their five-day royal tour of Poland and Germany on Monday, July 17. The couple traveled from London to Warsaw via a private plane accompanied by their son Prince George and daughter Princess Charlotte. The Duchess looked characteristically chic for her arrival donning an ivory peplum coat by her go-to designer Alexander McQueen. The stylish royal and her little girl paid tribute to their host country dressing in the colors of the Polish flag, white and red.