The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the proud parents of Prince George, nine; Princess Charlotte, seven; and Prince Louis, four. However, in recent years, mother Kate has been talking about having a fourth child.
Back in February, the Duchess, 40, joked that husband William, 39, worries about her working with children under the age of one because she returns home wanting “another one” as she spoke with parents and their infants at Copenhagen’s Children’s Museum.
Due to the fact that one of her main areas of focus is the early years, Kate frequently interacts with infants and young children during her regular royal engagements. In June of last year, the Duchess opened the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, which examines how the first five years of life affect later adulthood.
Despite the Duchess’ admissions, William seems to have ruled out having a fourth child. The Duke cracked a witty joke when the Cambridges were in Lancashire earlier this year and Kate was holding a three-and-a-half-month-old baby girl.
The Duchess cooed at Anastasia Barrie while standing next to her parents, Trudi, a volunteer, and Alastair Barrie, a member of the center’s committee, during a visit to Church on the Street in Burnley.
While his wife was ogling the infant, William said, “Don’t give her any ideas,” to laughter. He smiled at Kate and said, “You can’t take her with you.
And in February 2019, while on a tour of Northern Ireland, Kate acknowledged feeling pessimistic after meeting a five-month-old boy named James in Ballymena.
“He is stunning. It gives me the blues “Alan, the father of James Barr, was the first to inquire about a potential fourth child after Kate told him. I think William might be a little concerned, the Duchess chuckled.
Prince George was born to the Duke and Duchess in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington in July 2013. Two years later, the couple’s daughter, Princess Charlotte, and second son, Prince Louis, both arrived at the same hospital.