Britain's Duchess of Cambridge can feel her baby "moving all the time".
The 33-year-old royal is expecting her second child with husband Prince William and she's confessed the baby is likely to be a lively one as it's constantly kicking her.
She said: "It's moving all the time. I can feel it kicking now."
However, Duchess Catherine - who has 18-month-old son Prince George with William - admits she and her husband have not yet found out whether they are having another boy or a little girl.
Martina McDonagh, 17, a wheelchair bound pupil at the Jack Tizard School in White City who met Catherine at the official opening of Kensington Leisure Centre, said: "I told her I hoped it was a girl but she said she doesn't know yet. She said it was moving around a lot."
The Duchess and her family have been gifted a lifetime membership to the leisure centre, where Prince Harry and William learned to swim before it was redeveloped, and are hoping to teach Prince George there too.
Tim Ahern, the council's Cabinet member for environment and leisure, told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "The Duchess of Cambridge was talking about Prince William learning to swim here and she said she hoped Prince George can come learn here too."