Transcript for Kate Middleton Quells New Baby Rumors
Royal couple enjoying their road trip down under and showing that clearly there is no mercy when it comes to competition in sports. The latest incident involved cricket. Ooh. And Kate's head almost. Cecilia Vega has the latest on New Zealand. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: For the final stop of the New Zealand leg of this tour the royal family came they are to Christ church, a city as you can see is still suffering the effects of an earthquake three years ago. There were victims to meet, destroyed landmarks to visit. A ceremony remembering the 185 people who lost their lives here. For William, it was a return to christchurch to see the progress made. The last time he was here, three years ago, not long after a 6 hypothetical 3 quake demolishedof the city. This morning's somber visit made lighter by the warm welcome. After all this practice, the duke and duchess perfecting the New Zealand greeting nose kissing called hong. There's been some beautiful moments. Katherine beating me at sailing is not among them. Reporter: William hit it out of the park in cricket today. Well, except for nearly throwing a ball at his wife's head. Perhaps it was the suit and heels that put the duchess at a disadvantage. Not here today? Baby George back with the nanny. These guys right behind me. Reporter: The royal couple seemingly unfazed by the weekend's headlines, speculating that baby number two might be on the way after William told a woman who made a gift for prince George that she might need to make a second one. But all that royal baby chatter quickly quieted when Kate went pinot noir what tasting and then took a wild ride in a Whitewater jet boat. Will and Kate not leaving new Zealand without their souvenirs, perhaps the most memorable of all, the photos of all royal photos from the royal play date. And the royal family will head to Australia next and that is where they will finish this tour. It's also where we'll see baby George again. Lara, I have it on good authority there may be a visit to a zoo in his very near future. He's going to love that. Th thank you so much.
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