Kate and Prince William shared the cutest moment together in Belfast

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The royal couple were officially welcomed to the venue by the Vice Lord Lieutenant for County Antrim Richard Reade.

The visit to Ballymena comes after a range of high-energy engagements on Wednesday.

At Ballymena & Little Steps Sure Start The Duchess of Cambridge joins a spring time gardening activity, which gives children and parent an opportunity to plan their own springtime flower to bring home and take care of.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 37, mentioned she was getting broody as she visited the Braid Arts Centre in Ballymena, Northern Ireland Thursday.

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During the visit, the Duchess also met schoolgirl Hannah Ritchie, who told Kate she was writing a biography about her in school.

Middleton could only reply with a laugh, suggesting her husband Prince William would be "worried".

"Baby number four?" Barr asked Kate.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, have been on a two-day tour in Northern Ireland and have had a string of engagements to attend.

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She tells Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box': "You can imagine that every brand in the world is desperate for Meghan or Kate to be seen wearing their clothes because it's a huge endorsement, it's awesome advertising".

The day began with the pair meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service in Northern Ireland to hear about the unique challenges they face.

"The Duke and Duchess had some great ideas about how that can work across the country and it's something they are both passionate about".

The pair enjoyed an action-packed day in NI, as they showed off their footballing skills at Windsor Park stadium that morning.

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Kate, who comes from a family of three children herself, laughed and said: "I think William would be a little anxious".

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