As the world awaits the birth of Kate Middleton and Prince William's second child, the Duchess' uncle is dishing on the royal couple's plans to continue expanding their family in the future!
"I don’t think they'll stop at two, so if it isn't a girl this time round, people shouldn't be too disappointed. I'm sure there’ll be a girl in the mix at some point," Gary Goldsmith said in a new interview.
Gary at Kate and William's wedding in April 2011.
If a recent influx of bets placed on the baby's gender are correct, Kate, 33, and Will, 32, may welcome a girl when the pregnant royal gives birth any day now.
"As long as the baby is healthy that is the important thing. Kate was a beautiful girl and if she were to have a girl, she'll be equally as beautiful," Goldsmith — who will turn 50-years-old on his niece's fourth wedding anniversary on April 29 — added.
Kate, William and George in August 2013.
Though no one really knows the gender of 23-month-old Prince George's little sibling, wages in England predict Kate and William will name their new bundle of joy Alice, Elizabeth, Charlotte or Victoria (if it's a girl) and Arthur or James (if it's a boy).
Gary spoke to 'Hello!' magazine.