Duchess of Cambridge baby 'slip-up': St James' Palace silent on whether Kate is relieved issue has been resolved
OFFICIALS at St James’ Palace have refused to comment on whether the Duchess of Cambridge is relieved the issue of whether or not she let slip that she was having a daughter has finally been resolved.
As reported, the Grimsby Telegraph posted exclusive video footage from that supposed "slip of the tongue" moment at www.thisisgrimsby.co.uk– which showed that she definitely didn’t say the "d word".
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It shows the Duchess of Cambridge accepting a teddy from Diane Burton, saying: "Oh is that for us? Thank you very much, that is very sweet of you."
The video – which can be viewed below – put a stop to the rumours splashed across the world's media after Sandra Cook, of Grimsby, who was next to Diane in the crowd, was reported as claiming to overhear the Duchess saying: "Thank you, I will take that for my d..."
Our footage was captured by royalist Lisa Hewson, 32, of Healing, who was standing between Sandra and Diane in the crowds outside the Heritage Fishing Centre.
Lisa, an insurance worker, had secretly hoped to get a reaction from the Duchess.
Speaking at the time she said: "I hope Kate may see this and think there are some decent people who want the best for her.
"Maybe she might send me a little note or even an MBE, although I think that might be doubtful!"