"It's going to be a good year," William told Obama of 2015

By Tara Fowler
December 08, 2014 01:05 PM
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While meeting with President Barack Obama on Monday morning, Prince William recalled the frenzy surrounding Prince George’s birth.

“It was just chaos,” William, 32, told Obama in a video recorded by Sky News.

The Duke of Cambridge, who is visiting the United States for a three-day trip with his wife, is expecting his second child with Princess Kate in April.

Prince William also told President Obama that he and Kate want the gender of their next baby “to be a surprise.”

He added: “It’s going to be a good year, next year.”

Princess Kate and Prince William, with their newborn son, Prince George
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William is in Washington, D.C., for the day to attend an anti-corruption conference at the World Bank, where he will give a speech Monday afternoon.

He will return to New York City in the evening. There, he’ll meet with Hillary and Chelsea Clinton at a reception for the Tusk Trust and United for Wildlife partners. Then, he’ll reunite with Kate for a basketball game at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

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Watch William’s meeting with Obama below:

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Reporting by SANDRA SOBIERAJ WESTFALL

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