Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton this week confirmed that her baby is due in mid-July, “but apparently babies have their own agenda,” she said.
Middleton, who is six months pregnant, already have a list of names if the child is a boy or a girl, reported British tabloid The Mirror.
She also said that she would take a maternity leave from her duties in June and said she will be taking of knitting to pass the time.
“It’s around mid-July but apparently babies have their own agenda,” she said.
Middleton added that she and husband Prince William “have a shortlist for both (boy and girl) but it’s very difficult,” she told the paper.
“My friends keep texting me names,” she added, without elaborating on what those names are.
The 31-year-old duchess is in Scotland for a charity trip along with her husband, Prince William. In Scotland, she is known as the Countess of Strathearn.
“Catherine, who, you may have noticed, is limited a little in the sports she can play right now, has had to hold herself back from grabbing a tennis racquet and challenging me to a full game,” William joked at the Donald Dewar Leisure Centre sporting venue, according to E! Online. “I am far too much of a gentleman to say who would win.”