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Duchess Kate says she doesn't know baby's gender, but it's 'kicking now'

Duchess Kate confirmed Monday that she doesn't yet know whether Prince George will have a little brother or a kid sister come April. But whether the baby will be a prince or a princess, he or she is already very active.According to a pool report, while attending Monday's ceremonial opening for the Kensington Leisure Centre in London, the Duchess of Cambridge told a local teen that she "doesn't kno
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the new Kensington Leisure Centre on January 19, 2015 in London, England.
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits the new Kensington Leisure Centre on January 19, 2015 in London, England.Chris Jackson / Getty Images

Duchess Kate confirmed Monday that she doesn't yet know whether Prince George will have a little brother or a kid sister come April. But whether the baby will be a prince or a princess, he or she is already very active.

Duchess Kate leaves after visiting the new Kensington Leisure Centre on January 19 in London.Max Mumby / Indigo / Today

According to a pool report, while attending Monday's ceremonial opening for the Kensington Leisure Centre in London, the Duchess of Cambridge told a local teen that she "doesn't know" if she's having a girl or a boy, but that "it's moving all the time. I can feel it kicking now."

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In addition to offering the royal family a lifetime membership, the facility presented Kate with a duck-shaped swimming ring for Prince George — who, at 18 months, already has started taking swimming lessons in Buckingham Palace's pool. Little George could follow in his dad's footsteps: Princes William and Harry both learned to swim at a former incarnation of the leisure center.

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