On Wednesday, while Prince William and Duchess Kate chatted with the crowd in Bradford, the Duchess addressed the rumors about having a fourth child.
Kate was asked during her Bradford walkabout if she and William were thinking of expanding their family. But, she admitted:”I don’t think William wants any more.”
At that moment, the Duchess was chatting with Josh Macplace, a royal fan who told her that he has sent cards congratulating her after each of her three children were born. Josh, who has autism and DiGeorge syndrome, held out his arms to the Duchess, who bent down and gave him a hug. She told him: “Thank you for the hug.”
Prince William and Kate have three children; Prince George, 6; Princess Charlotte, 4; and Prince Louis, 1.
Still, Kate has hinted previously that she would like another baby. Last February, she admitted she was feeling “broody” after she met a five-month-old baby while in Ballymena.
“He’s gorgeous. It makes me feel broody,” Kate said. But, when the father asked if she’s ready to have another child, Kate joked: “I think William would be a little worried.”
Prince William and Duchess Kate carried out a royal visit to Bradford, Yorkshire as their first joint engagement of 2020.
The royal couple arrived in the West Yorkshire city to cheers from hundreds of well-wishers in Centenary Square.
They visited several projects that support the community and promote cohesion. The Duchess looked absolutely perfect in a green Alexander McQueen coat over a ZARA dress. She completed her outfit with Zeen earrings, an Aspinal of London top-handle bag and black pumps.
It also marks their first appearance following Harry and Meghan revealed surprising plans to step down from their roles as senior royals.