Kate Middleton Reveals Baby George is Walking Ahead of 1st Birthday (VIDEO)

Kate Middleton and Prince William's son George Alexander Louis is reportedly walking.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 32, reportedly revealed that her 10-month-old son has learned to walk on his own during a visit to the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich in London on Tuesday. Middleton met with a number of professional sailors and onlookers during the engagement, according to People

In recent months Middleton and William, 31, have been subject to second baby rumors as various tabloids claim the Duchess is pregnant, however this is said to be false.

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Last year the royal couple remodeled their four-story 20-room Kensington Palace apartment to include a second nursery in addition to the one made for George which fueled baby rumors. Since then reports of a second pregnancy continue to swirl, however a source previously explained that one of the nurseries is simply for the daytime while the other is a night nursery.

"The day nursery will become a play room as he grows up," a palace insider told Us magazine.

In April, William, who is said to be excited to celebrate George's first birthday next month, reignited pregnancy rumors during the couple's royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.

The Duke and Duchess were speaking with Cynthia Read, who knitted a wool shawl for Prince George on behalf of the New Zealand government, when William made a comment that raised baby speculation.

"You might have to make another one soon," William told Read after accepting the gift.

The royal couple fulfilled a 19-day visit of both nations before making their way back to England.

Sources claim that while Middleton is not currently pregnant with her second child, she and William have been trying.

"William and Kate are very keen to start trying for baby No. 2," a source told Life & Style magazine last year.

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