The Duchess of Cambridge has hinted she might want royal baby number four during her trip to Northern Ireland with husband William.
Kate made the surprise admission that she was feeling "very broody" after meeting five-month-old baby James in Ballymena.
She told the adult holding the "very sweet little boy" how "William might be slightly worried" about her maternal feelings, before she swiftly moved to greet other members of the public.
The couple were in Ballymena to learn more about the work of Cinemagic – a charity that uses film, TV and digital technologies to inspire and educate young people.
As part of their visit to Ballymena, the couple also visited St Joseph’s SureStart centre in the Dunclug area of the town, which supports parents with children aged under four years.
The royal couple were officially welcomed to the facility by the Vice Lord Lieutenant for Antrim Richard Reade.
During the Ballymena walkabout, they spoke to members of the public who had been waiting a number of hours to catch a glimpse before heading inside the centre.