September 13, 2012 2:11 PM EST
Baby Alert: Prince William and Kate Middleton Wants Two Kids [PHOTOS]
After their first day in Singapore, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were put on the spotlight when a kid asked them how many children they wanted. Prince William immediately answered, "two."
While walking down on Singapore's Gardens by the Bay, a man-made rainforest and a tourist attraction, they were greeted by an inquiry about their plans of having children someday. When the Duke answered "two" without hesitation, the press quickly started took it as a hint that they are indeed planning to start a family.
Is this for real this time?
This is not the first time baby news circulated around the Royal pair. It seems that the pressure to have children has been all over the Duke and Duchess' trail since Kate said she would love to have William's kids soon during their trip to Canada a while back.
Since the Duke and Duchess got married, the public's interest on their future family became sensationalized. Traditionally, married royal couples are expected to produce an heir after 18 months of marriage. Now that the Duke and Duchess are married for 17 months, speculations on whether Kate is about to get pregnant are rising more than ever.
After roaming around Gardens by the Bay, William and Kate were invited to visit the Colonial Garden, where they were asked to plant a tree in their honor. Earlier that day, the pair visited a botanical garden to see an orchid named after them.
View the slideshow to see photos of the Duke and Duchess in their first day in Singapore.