Several royal fans in the world have constantly shown their growing interests when it comes to the lives of British royal couple Kate Middleton and Prince William. In fact, the Royals have proven to be newsworthy as they constantly made headlines for a lot of reasons — from pregnancy rumors to marriage issues or state visits.

This week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were placed under the spotlight as they embark on a five-day royal tour in Poland and Germany. What’s more interesting about this trip is the presence of the royal couple’s children, 4-year-old Prince George and 2-year-old Princess Charlotte.

More royal babies

In recent months, 35-year-old Duchess Kate has been the target of pregnancy speculations. But during the family’s first day in Poland, the royal mom-of-two hinted her desires of having more children when she received a gift from a well-wisher.

During the royal couple’s visit at a tech startup event in Warsaw, several reports said that the Duchess received a stuffed animal that was intended for newborn babies.

When Princess Kate received the gift, she reportedly turned to her husband, Prince William, and jokingly said that they “will just have to have more babies.”

The cuddly gift called Whisbear was from two young sisters, 34-year-old Zuzanna Sielicka-Kalczynska and 32-year-old Julia Sielicka-Jastrzebska, who also gave Princess Charlotte the same gift a couple of years ago.

The sisters, who are also proud mothers, also gave the Duchess a CD that contains 10 songs about motherhood.

Allergic to selfies and compliments

Meanwhile, Duchess Kate and Prince William also tried the virtual reality goggles at the tech event. But what’s pretty interesting was when royal fans asked the 35-year-old prince for a selfie and told them he’s “allergic to selfies.”

Despite William’s aversions to selfies, the British prince appeased his fans by agreeing to a photograph session.

Kate Middleton, on the other hand, is seemed allergic to getting or accepting compliments about her beauty.

During her Poland Visit, well-wisher and 21-year-old student Magda Mordaka complimented the Duchess’ looks, saying she is “beautiful and perfect.” Kate responded by saying “it’s not true” and her beauty is attributed to her “makeup.”

Poland’s bravery

In another related report about the five-day Poland and Germany tour of the British royal family, Prince William praised Poland for their “courage, fortitude and bravery” in surviving centuries of assaults during the Nazi occupation. The Duke of Cambridge also told the audience at the garden party that was prepared in commemoration of the Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday that the United Kingdom and Poland have shared 1,000 years of kinship.

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not the only who turned heads during their Poland visit. In fact, the Polish crowd warmly welcomed the couple’s heir and heiress, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who previously accompanied their parents during the Royals’ Canada tour in 2016.