In between cooing over the little one, the Duchess joked that "William would be little worried" by the arrival of a fourth child.
During a wander around Ballymena, Kate was introduced to five-month-old baby James. She beamed James' dad Alan and said: "He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel a broody."
Flattered, he asked: "Baby number four?"
Kate, who comes from a family of three children herself, laughed and said: "I think William would be a little worried.
She also commented on a little girl's coat, saying: "I love your cool coat. Charlotte loves pink."
Several hundred people lined the streets of the Co Antrim town as William and Kate went on a walkabout.
The crowds, many waving flags, braved the cold outside the Braid Centre.
The couple were there to learn more about the work of Cinemagic – a charity that uses film, TV and digital technologies to inspire and educate young people.
It was the first public engagement on the second and final day of their visit to Northern Ireland.
They started Thursday with a private meeting with officers and staff from the Police Service of Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle, Co Down.
The visit to Ballymena comes after a range of high-energy engagements on Wednesday.
William and Kate played football at Belfast's Windsor Park and took part in a canoe race in Co Fermanagh, before rounding the day off by pulling pints at a reception for young leaders at Belfast's famous Empire music hall.
Kate enjoyed a kick about with a young football team in the sunshine
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