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Duchess of Cambridge speaks of having more babies

Associated Press logo Associated Press 7/18/2017
In this July 17, 2017 picture publicly provided by The Heart in Warsaw, Kate the Duchess of Cambridge holds a bear, a gift from Zuzanna Sielicka-Kalczynska, left, as Marta Krupiska, second left, co-founder of The Heart Warsaw, and Prince William look on. (Whisbear The Heart Warsaw via AP) © The Associated Press In this July 17, 2017 picture publicly provided by The Heart in Warsaw, Kate the Duchess of Cambridge holds a bear, a gift from Zuzanna Sielicka-Kalczynska, left, as Marta Krupiska, second left, co-founder of The Heart Warsaw, and Prince William look on. (Whisbear The Heart Warsaw via AP)

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Duchess of Cambridge has joked to Prince William about having more children as she received teddy bears as gifts for Prince George and Princess Charlotte in Poland.

In this July 14, 2017 photo publicly provided by Whisbear The Heart in Warsaw, two bears, gifts for Prince George and Princess Charlotte, presented to Kate The Duchess of Cambridge in Warsaw, are pictured. (The Heart Warsaw via AP) © The Associated Press In this July 14, 2017 photo publicly provided by Whisbear The Heart in Warsaw, two bears, gifts for Prince George and Princess Charlotte, presented to Kate The Duchess of Cambridge in Warsaw, are pictured. (The Heart Warsaw via AP)

The British royal couple are in Poland with their children on a goodwill visit intended to seal friendly ties before Britain leaves the European Union.

On Monday they met with Polish and British businesspeople, including Julia Sielicka-Jastrzebska, co-founder of the Whisbear company that makes whispering bears that help babies go to sleep. The royals were offered such bears.

As she was handed the gifts, the duchess turned to her husband and said: "We'll just have to have more babies," assuming a half-serious, half-joking air. They all laughed.

Sielicka-Jastrzebska said Tuesday she was greatly impressed by the royal couple's "openness" and keen interest.

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