Kate Middleton’s reported slip of the tongue this week, which led the world to believe she is having a daughter, apparently never happened. New footage capturing the encounter seems to prove that Kate never made reference to a daughter as originally reported, according to Entertainment Wise on Saturday, March 9, 2013.
When Kate was handed a teddy bear for her baby, Kate supposedly said she would "give this to her d…" and caught herself. This isn't what is seen on the newly surfaced video tape.
Video: Check out the video and see what Kate really said when handed a teddy bear for her baby. You can see it here or at the left hand side of this article.
The new footage seems to have caught Kate saying, “Is this for us, thank you very much,” which could give some creative media writer the idea to spin the word “us” into Kate alluding to twins (this is a joke of course). Kate didn’t say anything that would constitute a hint of the baby’s gender, according to this new footage.
While you can chalk this up to the traditional rumor mill and as no harm being done, the betting house Ladbrokes might have a different take on the no harm done part. The bet takers drastically reduced the odds on the royal baby being a girl. If the baby is a girl, they should fare just fine, but if the baby is a boy, then they may need to pay out big time!