The Duchess of Cambridge says she doesn't know the sex of her first child -- but she hopes it's a boy.
LONDON - The Duchess of Cambridge says she doesn't know the sex of her first child -- but she hopes it's a boy.
Her husband Prince William, however, would prefer a girl.
The former Kate Middleton, who is five months pregnant, made the revelation to a soldier Sunday at a St. Patrick's Day ceremony honoring the Irish Guards.
Guardsman Lee Wheeler said the duchess told him: "I'd like to have a boy and William would like a girl."
The duchess wore a green dress coat and a shamrock lapel pin as she presented sprigs of shamrock to soldiers in the annual ceremony at a barracks in Aldershot, southern England.
She suffered a minor mishap when one of her high heels became briefly stuck in a drainage grille.
The former Kate Middleton is due to give birth to her first baby in July, and her health is improving after a bout of severe morning sickness, palace officials said Monday.
King Edward VII hospital says a nurse involved in a prank telephone call to elicit information about the Duchess of Cambridge has died.
The Duchess of Cambridge has left a London hospital where she was being treated for acute morning sickness related to her pregnancy.
The British hospital treating the former Kate Middleton admitted Wednesday it was victimized by a crank call in which information on her condition was given out to a woman impersonating Queen Elizabeth II.
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