Prince William and Kate Middleton Will Not Have a Fourth Child
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her husband doesn't want to add to their family of five.
Kate Middleton appears to have confirmed that she and Prince William don't have plans to add a fourth child to their family. During a recent royal outing to Khidmat Centre in Bradford, Yorkshire, the Duchess of Cambridge told two separate royal fans that there aren't immediate plans to expand her family.
While speaking with Josh Macpalce, who excitedly told Duchess Catherine, according to People, that he has sent congratulatory cards after each of her three children were born, she revealed that it is unlikely she will become a mother of four down the road. "I don't think William wants any more," Middleton noted. After their short exchange, the royal shared a warm embrace with the 25-year-old fan. "Thank you for the hug," she told him.
Further confirmation that the Cambridges have no plans to expand their family came when Middletom made a similar remark to yet another royal admirer. Upon sighting an adorable young child, James Barr, the duchess told his dad, Alan Barr: "He's gorgeous. It makes me feel broody," notes People; she then greeted baby James and said, "You're a very sweet little boy." After, Alan inquired about the royal's plans for more children. "Baby number four?" she replied with a laugh. "I think William would be a little worried."
While Prince William and Middleton don't appear to have plans to add to their family, they never fail to make their adoration for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis known. Following one of the future Queen Consort's recent appearances, a citizen recounted an exchange she'd had with the royal mom. "I asked how her children were. She said Louis had started to tell her 'he's balancing,' and she said it was really nice to see him turning into a little boy from being a baby. She's obviously very proud of her children."