The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been making headlines since their visit to Canada began. From participating in a boat race to his Royal Highness training with Canada’s military.
Over the weekend, when one well-wisher mentioned great success to having kids, Kate, 29, was overheard saying “Yes, I hope to.”
Read: Kate Middleton Bump Watch
The ABC News reports that the two of them have great “chemistry” and that the “love between them” means that “it won’t be long before they will” start having a family.
Kate Middleton, now a Princess, has alot to think about now that she’s married to the future King of England.
According to sources in the UK “Catherine will not be conducting any solo engagements [for the next two years] … Catherine wants to enjoy her time with William as a RAF wife,” said a friend. “It’s so rare that someone in her position gets the chance to live as a normal wife and she intends to make the most of it.”
Hey Princess Kate, call me..
Baby bump watch is way underway…do you think it’ll be a 2012 birth?
Fairytale Wedding – Check, Beautiful Wedding Dress – Check, Handsome Prince – Check, Baby – hmmmm
Kate and William have only been married for a couple of days now and the royal baby bump watch is way underway….
Like most newlyweds, questions from your friends and family as to when you will begin to have babies can be stressful, so you can only imagine how Prince William, 28 and Kate Middleton, 29 must be feeling to know that their kids could someday become royalty!
Just thinking about having babies can be an exciting and sometimes daunting task…for some women conceiving can be as easy as tossing out their contraception. For others, reaching the goal of fertilization becomes a nightly chore, from ovulation kits to specific sexual positions.
“Reproductive function starts to decline from about age 35, although some studies show earlier decline…but it’s nothing they need to get excited about. Let them enjoy themselves for a few minutes and when it happens, it happens.” says fertility expert.
We can’t wait to see some beautiful royal babies soon!
Photo: Baby Bump app (Free)
Check out these great apps for download so that you can keep track and become more knowledgeable as the big day approaches.
Pregnancy Calendar ($9.99) Pregnancy Calendar offers a bundle of essential tools in an easy-to-navigate calendar interface.
The Pregnancy Alarm ($.99) is an ovulations calendar, to let you know when its the right time to enjoy some alone time with your mate.
Foods to Avoid When Pregnant ($.99) Not only do you have to put up with the aches, tiredness, and other physical pains of pregnancy, but you also have to contend with a dizzying list of foods that you suddenly can’t eat.
Pregnancy Tracker from WhatToExpect (Free) Read the book? Use the site? Now you can download What to Expect When You’re Expecting
Our favorite celebrity mother and fashionista, Sarah Jessica Parker opens up to Vogue about her decision of surrogacy, her new twins, and marriage to Matthew Broderick.
On having children with a surrogate mother: “Meeting your children rather than giving birth to them, it’s as if, um, it’s—suspended animation. The gestational experience is gone. It’s as if everything else disappears for a moment, and the world goes silent and—I can’t explain it except to say that nothing else existed. I don’t remember anything but the blanket on the bed that they were lying on and my husband’s face and their faces and my sons. It’s literally as if sound is sucked from the room. Time stands still. It’s so different, and equally extraordinary.”
This issue of Vogue is on newsstands now.
Check out more pics after the jump…