Kate Middleton’s slip of the tongue, when she was handed a teddy bear for her baby recently, seems to suggest she is having a girl. Kate thanked the person handing her the stuffed animal and said “I’ll save that for my d….I mean baby,” according to The Sun on March 5, 2013.
“Fox and Friends” on Wednesday morning suggest that Kate could have been saying numerous things that start with the letter “d.” She could have been saying “dog,” suggests the Fox anchors.
Would Kate and William really feel comfortable giving a toy from a stranger to their baby? In today’s world the answer is probably no. Kate could have been thinking about giving the toy to Lupo instead, but caught herself before saying dog and hurting the woman’s feelings who thought she was giving Kate a gift for the royal baby.
Kate insists she does not know the sex of her baby, which is a trend many new parents are following today. They want to be surprised just like during the days that their parents give birth to them. A woman standing next to the woman who handed Kate the white bear shook hands with Kate. She said to Kate, you nearly slipped up there, “you were going to going to say daughter, weren’t you?”
That’s when Kate smiled and said, “What do you mean?” We don’t know yet.” The woman said that she then teased Kate a bit by saying “Oh I think you do.” Kate smiled again and said, “We’re not telling.” According to The Sun, the woman who gave Kate the teddy seemed to take Kate by surprise, as the rest of the gifts were flowers.
If Kate is carrying a daughter she will still be third in line for the throne behind her father and grandfather. Whether or not Kate made a slip won’t be known until sometime this summer when the baby is born. Until then chances are that the next stuffed animal handed to Kate will probably prompt her same smile, but she'll most likely limit her words to just a simple thank you!