Kate Middleton: I Want a Boy

    Britain's Kate Duchess of Cambridge holds onto her husband Prince William, left, as she bends down to pull the heel of her shoe out of a drainage grill it got stuck in, as she presents the traditional sprigs of shamrocks to members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at the St Patrick’s Day Parade at Mons Barracks in Aldershot, England, Sunday, March 17, 2013.  Kate presenting the sprigs of shamrocks to the regiment Sunday, follows a century-old tradition inaugurated by Queen Alexandra, the wife of the then King, Edward VII back in 1901.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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    Guess that is the end of those rumors that Kate Middleton is having a girl. At the St. Patrick’s Day ceremony in Aldershot, the Duchess of Cambridge said on Sunday that she would like to have a boy, while William would like to have a girl—and the pair is unsure about a name. Catherine also told Sgt. Thomas Laven, a member of William’s regiment who was receiving a long service medal that they were unsure about names. Catherine handed out shamrocks at the parade, but stumbled and had to be steadied by William when her heel was caught in a drain—or perhaps karmic payback for saying she wants a boy.

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