The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are tipped to have a second child in 2015, according to bookmakers.
Prince William and Kate, who welcomed their first child, Prince George, in 2013, are already being predicted to welcome a second child with next year proving most popular with betters.
Last year, bookmakers took thousands of bets on when the Royal Baby would arrive and what sex it would be, with many placing their bets believing Prince George would be a girl.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George pictured in the Middletons’ Bucklebury home’s garden. [Michael Middleton/PA]
In 2013, celebrations across the United Kingdom and around the world marked the birth of Prince George on July 22. The Prince, who is third-in-line, was born in the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London.
A day later, the future King made his first appearance as he left the hospital with his parents. Both William and Kate revealed the experience had been “emotional” while the Duke joked he had his “mother’s looks”.
In April, Prince George is expected to make his first official visit overseas as it is “anticipated” he will travel with his parents on their tour to Australia and New Zealand.
The youngster, who will be nine months old, is tipped to make a few appearances with his parents, similar to how William did when he joined his parents in Australia when he was a baby.
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