Less than a week after Kate Middleton's slip of the tongue made international headlines, new information is adding confusion to whether she really hinted the royal baby is a girl. In a March 9 report, Grimsby Telegraph reports, a new witness has come forward claiming the Duchess of Cambridge actually referenced the royal baby as a boy.
The local newspaper claims a former reporter for the media outlet greeted Kate Middleton at the Heritage Center during her March 5 trip and recalls a brief conversation with the Duchess about her royal baby starting to kick. “I swear she said it was a boy," Katy Forrester said. “I asked her if the baby had been kicking. I swear she replied ‘Yes he is, very much so’ but no one else heard! Either I misunderstood it, or Kate is trying to confuse us all!”
As Examiner.com previously reported a well-wisher who was waiting to meet the Duchess claimed the pregnant 31-year-old accepted a teddy bear from another admirer and said "Thank you, I'll take that for my d---." Despite Kate's immediate denials that she referenced the royal baby's sex, the press and the public went crazy over the speculation that she and Prince William will welcome a little girl in July.
Now, the new claim that the Duchess of Cambridge actually referred to her unborn child as a boy, is adding confusion and raising questions about if the royal baby really is a girl.
Click here to watch a video of Kate Middleton's royal slip of the tongue and see if you think she really started to say "daughter."